In early January, my gym is normally bulging at the seams with resolute slackers who descend like locusts on the treadmills, elliptical machines, and various weight contraptions there in the hopes of transforming their bodies in just a few visits. It’s still the first week of January and I had hoped to try my hand at taking pictures of motion. My plan was to photograph legs running on a row of treadmills or pedaling on a row of elliptical machines as a good way to show motion. I guess people have foresaken their New Year’s resolutions a little earlier than usual this year. This was my gym at 10 AM this morning:
18-200 mm lens at 40mm
What I learned today was that I need to check all my settings before starting to take photos. At some point yesterday, after posting the glass spheres photo, I changed the exposure compensation setting to -2 as I was experimenting and failed to return it to zero when I was done. While I don’t think it ruined the photo, it would have been a bit brighter if the setting had been at 0.