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Camera (Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO)

Week 2
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Elena Skochilo

on 8 September 2014

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Shutter Speed
Camera:
Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO
controls the amount of time during what light reaches the sensor
Measures in the fraction of a second
Shutter Speed
1/60 1/125 1/13

2" 1"
The faster the shutter speed,
the sharper a moving subject will be
Shutter Speed
Controls the amount of the light
that reaches the sensor
Aperture
The size of an aperture is indicated by its
f-number or f-stop
Aperture
The smaller the aperture size,
the more of a scene will be sharp from near to far
Depth of Field
James Nachtwey
Photographer at Work
Clifford Oto. Slam Dunk, 1990
Retrieved from
http://ithinkmytummyhurts.blogspot.com/2010/08/ron-harper.html
Steve Bloom. Running Cheetah, Masai Mara, Kenya, 1998
Retrieved from
http://www.man-madeimages.eu/#/steve-bloom/4532844708
Olivier Föllmi. Piligrimage to Bodghaya, India, 2002
Retrieved from
http://www.living-art.org.uk/Products/Poster/
László Moholy-Nagy. Untitled, 1941
Retrieved from
http://artblart.wordpress.com/tag/fotogram-with-eiffel-tower-and-peg-top/
One of the best-known and most widely respected photojournalists
Has covered wars and civil strife in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Lebanon, Shri Lanka, Afghanistan, Chechnya, Bosnia, Kosovo, and Iraq
James Nachtwey. March 23, 2011 - Photo by Epsilon/Getty Images Europe
Retrieved from
http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/M1DMNVRITKP/James+Nachtwey+Exhibition+Moscow/cWDFH-Qbv-s/James+Nachtwey
Nachtwey Under Fire, 1994. David Turnley
Retrieved from
http://iconicphotos.wordpress.com
James Nachtwey. "Ethnic Cleansing" in Mostar, Bosnia, 1993
Retrieved from
http://www.jamesnachtwey.com/
James Nachtwey. Nicaragua, 1982
Retrieved from
http://www.jamesnachtwey.com/
James Nachtwey. Mourning a brother killed by a Taliban rocket Afghanistan, 1996.
Retrieved from
http://www.jamesnachtwey.com/
Camera moves against a stationary subject
Camera and subject are both in motion
Camera is held still while the subject moves
Three ways to represent movement
© Wes Peck
© James Armstrong
© Peter Tanlund
© Khalid AlHaqqan
© Jim Denham
© K.Langley
© Benjamin
© Bill Gracey
© Jason Tavares
© Alex Dram
© Alexis Mire
© Matthew
© Helen Sotiriadis
©Makena Zayle Gadient
©Ron aka Blue Aldaman
© Martin Gommel
ISO
The higher number the more sensitive (or faster)
is sensor
ISO
speed is a measure
how sensitive the sensor is to light
© Strictly Amateur
© GIDESIGN
Shutter speed affects the sharpness of moving objects
Aperture affects depth of field (sharpness from near to far)
Exposure
Shutter speed
Aperture
Exposure
ISO
depth of field
image noise
motion blur
Retrieved from http://mediaformations.com/beginners-guide-to-your-camera-the-aperture/
London, Stone, Uptone, 2011
f/16 and 1/8
London, Stone, Uptone, 2011
London, Stone, Uptone, 2011
f/4 and 1/125
f/2 and 1/500
The faster the sensor, the more visible its grain
http://digital-photography-school.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/aperture-anim.gif
© John Freeman
© John Freeman
© Валерия Вартанова
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