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A lecture series by the Photography Club, BITS-Pilani covering various aspects of photography.

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    • Parts of a camera
      • Film winder.
      • Shutter Speed Dial.
      • Flash Hot Shoe.
      • Focusing ring.
      • Film Rewind Crank.
      • Film Speed Dial.
      • Flash Synch Socket.
      • Lens.
      • Depth of Field Preview.
      • Self Timer/Exposure Lock.
      • Aperture Ring.
      • Shutter Release.
    • Exposure
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    • Shutter Speed The amount of time for which the camera shutter remains open defines the shutter speed.
      • The shutter serves two purposes:
        • Controlling the duration of the exposure: (Low Light or Bright Light)
        • Controlling the subject movement: (Fast movement or slow movement)
    • Under - Exposure
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    • Over - Exposure
      • High Shutter Speed :
      • Shutter open for a very short time.
      • Less light comes in.
      • Low Shutter Speed :
      • Shutter remains open for a longer period.
      • More light comes in.
      Representation of Shutter Speed
        • Day time : high shutter speed to avoid over exposure.
        • Capturing fast moving subjects: high shutter speed.
        • Low light conditions : slow shutter speed to allow more light.
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    • Shutter Speed – 14 seconds
    • Shutter Speed – 30 seconds
    • Shutter Speed – 13 seconds
      • Using slow shutter speed to show motion
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    • 1/8 th second
    • 1/60 th second
    • Use of tripod In low light conditions, longer shutter speed can result in blur.
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    • APERTURE
      • An aperture of the camera is a hole or an opening through which light is admitted.
    • f- NUMBER
      • The lens aperture is denoted by the f-SCALE : the ratio of focal length to effective aperture diameter
      Inversely Proportional
    • Over Exposed
    • Correct Exposure
    • Under Exposure
    • ISO / ASA The measure of a digital camera sensor’s sensitivity to light. ISO » sensitivity
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    • Bringing it together
    • f/29 and 0.05 sec
    • f/3.5 and .005 sec
    • DEPTH OF FIELD The depth of field is the distance in front of and beyond the subject that appears to be in focus.
    • High Depth Of Field
    • Low Depth of Field
    • Low Depth of Field
    • Factors affecting DOF
    • DOF » f - Stop
    • f/32
    • f/5
    • Factors affecting DOF
    • DOF » Distance of point in focus
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    • DOF » 1 / Focal Length
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    • Composition Rules
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    • Composition Rules Visually interesting.
    • Rule of thirds
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    • The diagonal rule
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    • Holding a camera?
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    • Photographic Techniques
    • Macro Photography
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    • Stage Photography
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    • Portrait Photography
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    • The End
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