This first test shot i took was from a low angle and doesn’t show the whole of the dog in the shot. when i looked back on it i felt as if i didn’t capture what i intended to do and i was quite annoyed and frustrated. I know that this is a very good angle to take the photo from, however it’s very difficult to get the positioning of the dog in the right place. From doing this shot i have experienced the fustration of getting the perfect shot.
To conclude i must get the positioning of the dog in the right place and get the dog’s whole body in the shot. My action plan is to get a good angle of to capture the dog’s whole body.
The second shot does have most of the dog in shot but is very dark. when i looked back on shot i was quite surprised on how dark it was compared on how light it was when i took it. From this shot i have managed to get most of the dog’s body in the shot, but the image is very dark and is unclear of what the shot shows. From taking this shot i know that i have to in consideration lighting as the camera may have different exposure levels.
To conclude I can have better lighting in the shot to bring more colour and sense to what the image is. My action plan is to take the photo on a very bright day so i can get as much light as possible.
My last shot i took was at a different angle because i wanted to experiment if there is better angles to take to show that the dog is in mid-air. When i saw this shot i was quite pleased but annoyed as this image is blurred. From this shoot i have found that taking this shot is much easier and clear to see that the dog is in mid-air but the dog is blurred and looks un professional. From doing this shoot i found that you need to use certain shutter speeds to get a clear and sharp image.
To conclude i could of used the faster shutter speed on the camera to capture a clear and crisp shot and to get the background level. My action plan is to use a higher shutter speed, also to get the angle right for the background to be level.