Digital Photography I<br />The importance of the Tvand Av settings.<br />
Controlling exposure with av-aperture value.<br />
The F-Stop<br />The F-Stop refers to the aperture opening in the lens.<br />The larger the F-Stop number the smaller the a...
Properly Exposed Scene<br />F/5 <br /> ISO 200<br />
Under Exposed     -2 stops<br />Over Exposed     +2 stops<br />
HDR Photography<br />This image takes all 3 exposures to combine them to bring out more detail.<br />
Properly Exposed vs. HDR<br />Properly Exposed Scene<br />HDR Scene w/color saturation<br />
Stopping Motion with TV-shutter speed.<br />
Blurring your moving subject<br />With the shutter speed set at 1/10 sec. the motion of the blades blurs the image.<br />
Stopping the Motion<br />Shutter Speed 1/50 sec.<br />ISO 800<br />Shutter Speed 1/80<br />ISO 800<br />
Fin<br />
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  1. 1. Digital Photography I<br />The importance of the Tvand Av settings.<br />
  2. 2. Controlling exposure with av-aperture value.<br />
  3. 3. The F-Stop<br />The F-Stop refers to the aperture opening in the lens.<br />The larger the F-Stop number the smaller the aperture opening becomes.<br />Resulting in increased depth of field, producing sharper photographs.<br />
  4. 4. Properly Exposed Scene<br />F/5 <br /> ISO 200<br />
  5. 5. Under Exposed -2 stops<br />Over Exposed +2 stops<br />
  6. 6. HDR Photography<br />This image takes all 3 exposures to combine them to bring out more detail.<br />
  7. 7. Properly Exposed vs. HDR<br />Properly Exposed Scene<br />HDR Scene w/color saturation<br />
  8. 8. Stopping Motion with TV-shutter speed.<br />
  9. 9. Blurring your moving subject<br />With the shutter speed set at 1/10 sec. the motion of the blades blurs the image.<br />
  10. 10. Stopping the Motion<br />Shutter Speed 1/50 sec.<br />ISO 800<br />Shutter Speed 1/80<br />ISO 800<br />
  11. 11. Fin<br />

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