In the early (ungodly) hours of the morning of the 21st, we had our first real ice downpour. Aaaaand since I’m the designated ‘photographer’, I’m the one elected by popular vote to venture forth and capture :| But since no one came with me, I’ll capture whatever I want! Right now, I’d really like to catch a Charizard =..=
Yeah, this basically sums up my unpopular preference for Fahrenheit as a measurement of temperature.
I want a number (usually positive) that will describe my personal experience of the weather. That is all I want a temperature scale to do: I want it to give me a large number when it is hot and a very small number, or even a negative one, when it is cold.
I realize there are culinary/scientific/medical reasons to cite temperatures as well, but what I MOST need temperature to do is express the relationship between the air and my skin.
…Seems legit :) I also like it because there’s two of silent h’s in Fahrenheit.
Tripod. High ISO Speed that allows a fast shutter speed and a camera that is good enough to counter act the grain (since its pretty dark and I don’t see much grain). And one lucky split second where the shutter happened to be pressed just as this happened. It’s like a shot of a lifetime.