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Know Your Camera - Digital Photography

www.bhssfinearts.org - Photography, Department of Fine Arts, Bloomington High School South. Staci Jennings, Ran Cao
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Ran Cao

on 12 August 2013

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Transcript of Know Your Camera - Digital Photography

"No photographer is as good as the simplest camera. "
---Edward Steichen
!!!CAMERA IS AN OPTICAL INSTRUMENT
IT CAN BE EASILY DAMAGED!!!
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aperture/exposure comp
autofocus mode
display mode
liveview
quick setting
white balance
digital SLR
DOs and DON'Ts - basic care
LCD screen
focus mode
microphone jack
viewfinder
before you begin
always, always always
study your camera's manual

camera parts
taking photographs
KNOW YOUR CAMERA
1. compose
2. set the focus point to the object you want to be in focus, then half press the shutter button to focus
3. half press the shutter button to activate the meter, set shutter speed and aperture
4. fully press the shutter to take the photo
5. bracket
focus
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brace your camera
clean the lens with tissues or clothing
force any part of the camera
overtighten tripod socket
touch the shutter blinds
leave cameras in hot and humid location
DO
holding a camera
wear the camera strap
put the camera in a well-padded bag when not using
put lens cap back on the lens
put a clear or uv filter on lens
try to repair your camera yourself
DON'T
stand with your feet shoulder distance apart, with left foot a little bit in front for better support
wrap your left hand around the bottom of the lens
place your right hand around the camera grip
elbows together and pressing on your chest
forehead against the camera
wear the camera strap around your neck
when shooting in portrait orientation, make sure both of your elbows are still pressing on your chest
out of focus
out of focus
in focus
follow these techniques to help you minimize camera shake
standard procedures for beginners
playback
menu
drive mode/
self timer
lens release
self-timer indicator
infrared reciever
battery compartment
tripod socket
depth of field preview
raise flash
exposure mode
hot shoe
flash
sensor
sensitivity
shutter release
selection dial
power
remote jack
audio/video cable out
mini HDMI out
focus point selector
exposure lock
storage
compartment
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