I had a great time in Mexico over spring break. It was really pretty there, so I took a lot of photos while I was there. I got a chance to play around with different iso speeds when taking pictures of the waves similar to the fountain pictures that I have shown in previous blog posts. I also played around with different iso speeds when I took pictures of the palm trees because it was windy outside so I needed a faster iso speed. Here are some of the photos I took when experimenting with iso speed:
The photo above was taken with a 200 iso shutter speed which is longer so it captured more movement of the palm trees. The photo below was taken with a 1600 iso speed (which is as fast as my camera can go) which captures the image in a very short amount of time, so the photo is less blurry.
Below are photos I took when my camera was on the continuous shooting mode (and on 1600 iso shutter speed) so I could capture the water coming up:
Here are some other photos that I took while I was in Mexico: