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  • 1. 1st PeriodJessica Nguyen Le,Jamayo Nelson, Angelique Dizon
  • 2. 3 Ways to Show Movement Subject in motion whileCamera moving camera isagain stationary stillsubject Camera and subject both in motion
  • 3. The Aperture Aperture- >size of lens opening Controls the brightness of light that enters the sensor or film Size of aperture indicated by its f-number or f-stop Few lenses provide a range of apertures greater than eight stops Size of aperture controls amount of light that goes through the lens Smaller the aperture size-> the more of a scene that will be sharp from near to far
  • 4. The Aperture cont.
  • 5. Using Shutter and ApertureTogether Shutter speed & aperture affect the amount of light entering the camera. They also affect sharpness. Example: small aperture and slow shutter speed
  • 6. Choosing a camera Take into consideration the types of pictures you want to take Adjustable cameras-> suitable for photography students or a serious amateur Resolution of sensor or size of film determine the quality of the camera’s images
  • 7. Single-Lens reflex cameras Shows scene directly through lens Viewing system built around a mirror Pros: works well with all lenses from wide angle to super telephoto;useful for closeups Cons: heavier,larger, and usually more expensive than a compact camera
  • 8. Rangefinder/ViewfinderCameras Shows scene through a small window (viewfinder) Equipped with simple lens system that shows an almost exact view of what the picture will be Pros: compact, lightweight, fast handling Cons: prevents you from seeing exactly what the lens sees
  • 9. Compact digital cameras Generate photographs by focusing the light rays of a scene through a lens onto a sensor;sensor converts the image to data that is moved to a memory card Pros: wide range of styles, features, and price Cons: difficult to adjust manually; most have a noninterchangeable lens; many have no viewfinder; noticeable delay
  • 10. View cameras Has direct, through-the-lens viewing and a large imagine on a viewing screen Pros: you see exactly what is seen through the lens; precisely control focus or perspective Cons: bulky and heavy, slow to use
  • 11. Keeping the Camera Steady