Timing is Everything!

Despite the dark, rainy weather, calf branding and inoculation go on. Using a high ISO of 1600 and a wide-open f/4 aperture, I was able to achieve a shutter speed of 1/2500 second, fast enough to freeze the flick of the lariat around the calf's legs.

A good toss nabs this calf.

Being able to adjust all three exposure controls allows you to shoot successfully in many different situations. Learn more about the relationships between ISO, aperture and shutter speed in Mastering Manual Exposure on March 30, 2018, in Missoula, Montana. Click here to register.