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  • 1. USING MANUAL CAMERA SETTINGS .For this photograph I used the manual focus. For this photograph I also used the manual focus.The aperture is very small and closed letting The aperture is open letting lots of light into thelittle light into the lens creating a clear and lens but creating a shorter depth of field. For thisfocused photograph with a large depth of field. photograph I have focused on the main object inFor this photograph I used an f stop of f/25 and the foreground which is the bottle, and blurred thethe shutter speed is 2seconds. background. I used an f stop of f/4.5 and the shutter speed is 1/20 second.
  • 2. I took this photograph by setting the camera to manual I took this photograph by setting the camera to manualand zooming right in and coming very close to the object. and zooming in just slightly focusing up at the sky. TheThe aperture was set to 6.3 with a fast shutter speed of aperture was set to f/6.3 and the shutter speed 1/600.1/600 so that it would capture it clearly with detail on the We then threw leaves up in the air and took amovement of water as I threw the stones in. photograph of the leaves moving in the air.