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Photography

Because pictures can really say a thousand words.
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nette dalupan

on 31 August 2015

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Transcript of Photography

Photography
"photos"
"the art and science of capturing the image of a certain event in time and recording it in a film or digital medium using a camera."
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"light"
"to draw"
to draw using light
"graphein"
2 types of digital camera
compact camera
single lens reflex (SLR) camera
"point and shoot"
small and lightweight with few buttons and knobs
SLR or DSLR cameras use only one main lens set. The image from this lens is delivered to the viewfinder through a set of mirrors and / or prisms working like a periscope. When the shutter button is pressed, the mirror momentarily closes to allow the image to go from the lens directly to the imaging chip. This way, the viewfinder will show the user to the actual image as it would appear in the imaging sensor.
SLRs may be used with Automatic, Semi-manual or Fully manual settings. The controls however, are more specific and usually a bit more complex but due to its more advanced computer circuitry, it can respond quicker, and more accurately.
parts of a camera
body
lens
shutter release button
mode dial
flash mount
flash
aperture ring
focusing ring
viewfinder
LCD display
control buttons
zoom control
shutter release button
mode dial
power
switch
flash mount
depth of field
rule of thirds
camera angles
1. Move in closer
10 Tips for
Better Photos
2. Be Quick
3. Compose Your Picture With Care
4. Be Selective
5. Focus on Your Subject
6. Experiment with Shutter Speed
7. Look at the Light
8. Watch the Weather
9. Keep Your Camera Settings Simple
10. Be Bold
composition
"Good composition is a key element
of good photographs."
award-winning photo of Mt. Pinatubo's eruption in June 15, 1991 taken by Albert Garcia and considered as one of the greatest images of the 20th century.
by: Nette D. Dalupan
Thank you!
Nette
Dalupan
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