Tuesday, December 07, 2010
When one has not had a good father, one must create one.
It can be nice to experiment with the camera every now and then. Angle of shot, depth of field, mixing up temperatures, depth of focus, exposure times, f-stop fiddling, shutter speeds, perspective distortion, messing with the metering mode and so on.
Yet when one’s two key subjects are a little on the energetic side, shutter speed is about the best we can hope for.
That’s where marshmallows come in.
It appears that the humble blend of sugar, water and gelatine is the prospective solution to impatient models.