While I was down and out with my kidney stone, my mom and sister took the girls ice skating. Well, ever since that day, the girls have been asking to go again. I convinced them to wait for a warm day. It is Oklahoma – I knew a warm day would randomly pop up.
The day arrived this week and they ran to their dad’s office, pulled him off his phone and out the door they went with a brother in tow. I followed along with my camera and a few lenses. I’m usually in the middle of things, so I rarely take more than one lens with me. It is fun every now and then to get to stand on the sidelines and watch them through my camera lens.
It has been a while since I shared photo settings. Since I used several lenses, I thought this would be a good post to share those again. I noted which lens I was using for each picture. That 70-200mm lens I bought back in my wedding photography days still comes in handy every now and then!
85mm lens, ISO 500, 1/1000, f/2.8
70-200mm lens, ISO 500, 1/500, f/2.8 ~ 70-200mm lens, ISO 500, 1/800, f/2.870-200mm lens, ISO 500, 1/320, f/2.870-200mm lens, ISO 640, 1/320, f/2.8 ~ 70-200mm lens, ISO 640, 1/320, f/2.870-200mm lens, ISO 500, 1/500, f/2.850mm lens, ISO 100, 1/320, f/1.470-200mm lens, ISO 100, 1/320, f/2.8 ~ 50mm lens, ISO 250, 1/125, f/2.050mm lens, ISO 250, 1/125, f/2.050mm lens, ISO 250, 1/160, f/2.050mm lens, ISO 250, 1/200, f/2.0If you are considering a camera or lens purchase, I wrote a post full of my recommendations. It is a good jumping off point before you invest in equipment you may or may not use.