This may be the last day of rain for us so I decided to try some rainy day photography using different objects and camera settings to see what turns out best.
The first photo is of a glass having outside that collected some rain drops. I used my Sony SLT 77 with the Sony DT 16–105mm F/3.5–5.6 (SAL–16105) lens. Settings were ISO 400, Full Frame equivalent Focal Length @ 52mm, F/5 & 1/60 sec.
The second photo shows rain drops collected on a window pane. Same lens using ISO 800, FF FL @ 157mm, F/5.6 & 1/50 sec settings.
The third photo was taken with the Minolta Maxxum AF 75–300mm f/4.5–5.6 lens showing the rainy landscape. Settings were ISO 800, FF FL @ 112mm, F/5.6 & 1/500 sec.
The fourth and last photo was an attempt of trying to catch raindrops falling of leaves. I tried many times, but the best I got is what you see. The settings were ISO 100, FF FL @ 450mm, F/40 & 13 sec.
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