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Photography

An Introduction to Basic Photography
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Drew Ruggles

on 24 February 2012

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Transcript of Photography

ISO Shutter
Speed Aperture ISO/ASA: is the the sensitivity of the sensor

Values: 100, 200, 400, 800, Ect.

Low Number: Less sensative to light
Less Noise

High Number: More sensative to light
More Noise Aperture/F-Stop

Values: f/1.0, f/1.2, f/2.0, f/2.8, f/4.0, f/5.6, Ect.

Lower Number: More light
Shallower the depth of feild

Higher Number: Less light
Greater the depth of feild The
Exposure
Triangle Shutter Speed/Exposure Time

Values: 1s, 1/8s, 1/30s, 1/200s, Ect.

Lower Number: Longer the shutter stays open
Allowing more light to the sensor

Higher Number: Shorter the shutter stays open
Allowing less light to the sensor Rule of Thirds Basic Photograpy ex·po·sure noun \ik-ˈspō-zhər\

the treating of sensitized material (as film) to controlled amounts of radiant energy; also : the amount of such energy or length of such treatment <a 3-second exposure> ex·po·sure [ik-ˈspō-zhər] com·po·si·tion [kom-puh-zish-uhn] Rule of 3rds

People/Object: Line the subject up with a vertical
line, and have the central focal
point on the intersection of two lines.


SPACE Negative Space:
Showing everything around the subject but not the subject itself to draw attention to the main subject Active Space: Giving the subject space in the
direction its moving

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