Since I work on the weekends (starting Friday), I usually can’t do the “Friday Assignments” until later in the week, if at all. “Documenting the mundane,” well that’s a natural for me!
I had just finished making lunch and was washing up, when I looked down and remembered the assignment! I took several pictures, but this is the one I like the best. I used the automatic setting, which defaulted to the flash going off. Then I took several more, changing the exposure, without the flash.
Here is one without the flash:
I compared the photo info with the other pics I took without the flash and noticed these differences:
With Flash Without Flash
Shutter speed: 1/60 1/20
Aperture: f8.0 f2.8
Max Aperture: 2.8 — (don’t know why there would be 2 apertures!)
Exposure Bias: — .33
Focal: 7.7mm 7.7mm
ISO: 200 800
Of course, my next step is to learn what all this means — which is one of the goals of doing this PhotoWalk. (Same camera as always Cannon PowerShot SD950 IS.)
For other mundane information: This a bread knife for slicing the bread, a cheese slicer for the chunk of New York Cheddar and a spreader for the mayonnaise. What you can’t see evidence of is the black pepper turkey, tomato and lettuce. It was a great sandwich.