speaking in Nottwil

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Sunday is a good day for presentations. Most people have a day off, which makes them feel relaxed, and presentations start in the afternoon as opposed to in the evening.

Today I came to a small town called Nottwil, to a clinic for paraplegics.

The presentation went well:

Someone was asking about the lighting of these shots: I use high ISO (3200) so the audience won’t be too dark, a 5.6 f-stop so they won’t be all blurry, a shutter time of 1/60 so everything is (mostly) clear, and then I add a flash which I bounce off the screen in front of me. Oh, and there is a backlight coming from the projector, which makes my hair look so nice and fluffy!



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