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photography

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Anna Stedding

on 22 December 2009

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Transcript of photography

photography Ambient- ambient light is the available or surrounding light Aperature- the amount of light being let in through the lens (lens opening) Contrast the difference between light and dark values. An image that is only pure black and white with no shades of gray is said to have high contrast. Images with many shades of gray and no black or white are low contrast Grain the clumping of silver in the negative that gives the image a "sandy" or "speckled" appearance. Films with low ISO numbers will have less clumping and therefore finer grain. Panning to follow the motion of a moving object with the camera this will cause the object to look sharp and the background blurred
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