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Shannon Whit
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/8/2011

Lesson 5 ISO Assignment

This ISO assignment is an outdoor assignment and I have not turbecame in because for nearly an entire week straight it has been raining in humid Miami. (It's raining no.) Not drizzling or a light rain here or there just constant rain. It is just dreary, overcast and wet, even at night. If I take my camera outdoors the viewfinder and front of the lens fog up and remain fogged for quite a while. I have still taken pictures but they come out with a cloudy haze on it. What do I do? How can this be corrected? This assignment called for a blank sky or something similar. What are some
alternatives of shots that I can take since I can't get a clear sky? Please advise.

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10/17/2011 6:16:18 PM

Shannon Whit
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/8/2011
  I apologize for the errors which should be: ... I have not turned it in* and ... It's raining# now*

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10/17/2011 7:47:46 PM

Kerry Drager
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  Hi Shannon,
This is the general Forum, but I think you also posted this in your Campus Square?

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10/18/2011 10:32:03 AM

Gregory LaGrange
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/11/2003
  Going from cooler air conditioned inside to a warmer, humid outside will do that. Or even a cooler outside to a warmer, humid inside, like what has happened when I've taking pictures of swimming in a natatorium during the winter.
Give your camera time to warm up to the outside temperature. You can try using the vents in your car to blow some warm air on the camera.
Does the assignment say it has to be outdoors? You can experiment with iso anywhere.

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10/18/2011 3:34:23 PM

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