This past summer, we took a little vacation up to Phoenix. "To escape the heat", as I told friends and family. Of course, Phoenix is hotter, but we just wanted to get out of Tucson for a few days and do something different. While we were in Phoenix, we took our son to the science museum and in there, I saw these glass blocks that continued to change colors. Naturally it was low lighting and I didn't have my tripod, so I did what I could and held it by hand. I took this at f4.0 at 1/4 second with the ISO at 100. Yeah, I'm a glutton for punishment and hate pushing the ISO if I don't have to. Still, this was probably the best that I liked out of the bunch. Not that it was more in focus than the others, rather the composition, various colors.
Next week, I'm going to try to put up an animated photo that displays the various changes of colors, which is what captured my eye in the first place.
reminds me of a rubic's cube
barbara on 24th August 2009 @ 9:33am
Very cool. Can't wait to see the animated photo.
Jenn on 24th August 2009 @ 11:19pm