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My Camera Basics preso for beginning DATA Di students.

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    1. Camera Basics
    2. Exposure Triangle
    3. Exposure Triangle ISO
    4. Exposure Triangle ISO Aperture
    5. Exposure Triangle ISO Shutter Speed Aperture
    6. 1) ISO: the cameras sensitivity to light International Organization for Standardization
    7. 1) ISO: the cameras sensitivity to light *ISO Used in Speed Noise Sensitivity 100 Brightness Slow Low Low 200 400 Medium 800 High 1600 2000 Darkness Fast High Muy High International Organization for Standardization
    8. 1) ISO: the cameras sensitivity to light *ISO Used in Speed Noise Sensitivity 100 Brightness Slow Low Low 200 400 Medium 800 High 1600 2000 Darkness Fast High Muy High International Organization for Standardization
    9. ISO is ‘Noisy’.... especially in the shadows!
    10. ISO is ‘Noisy’.... especially in the shadows! (Low) ISO 100
    11. ISO is ‘Noisy’.... especially in the shadows! (Low) ISO 100 (High) ISO 800
    12. What is Noise?
    13. What is Noise? ISO 100 Less noise
    14. What is Noise? ISO 100 ISO 400 Less noise Some noise
    15. What is Noise? ISO 100 ISO 400 ISO 800+ Less noise Some noise More noise
    16. 2) Aperture: the size of the lens opening
    17. 2) Aperture: the size of the lens opening measured in f stops
    18. 2) Aperture: the size of the lens opening measured in f stops More light in Narrow Depth of Field
    19. 2) Aperture: the size of the lens opening measured in f stops More light in Less light in Narrow Depth of Field Wide Depth of Field
    20. Depth of Field: how much is in focus
    21. Depth of Field: how much is in focus Shallow DoF
    22. Depth of Field: how much is in focus Shallow DoF Large DoF
    23. 3) Shutter Speed... how fast the camera snaps a pic
    24. 3) Shutter Speed... how fast the camera snaps a pic Used in Speed Bulb Darkness Slow 1 1/2 1/15 1/30 1/60 1/125 1/500 1/1000 Brightness Fast
    25. 3) Shutter Speed... how fast the camera snaps a pic Used in Speed Bulb Darkness Slow 1 1/2 1/15 1/30 1/60 1/125 1/500 1/1000 Brightness Fast
    26. Shutter Speed
    27. Shutter Speed 1/15 second
    28. Shutter Speed 1/15 second 1/1000 second
    29. So....
    30. If its SUNNY outside
    31. If its SUNNY outside The ISO would be....
    32. If its SUNNY outside The ISO would be.... 100
    33. Indoors w/decent light
    34. Indoors w/decent light The ISO would be....
    35. Indoors w/decent light The ISO would be.... 400
    36. Indoors w/ LOW light
    37. Indoors w/ LOW light The ISO would be....
    38. Indoors w/ LOW light The ISO would be.... 800+
    39. For NARROW DoF
    40. For NARROW DoF The APERTURE would be....
    41. For NARROW DoF The APERTURE would be.... f2 to f5.6
    42. For WIDE DoF
    43. For WIDE DoF The APERTURE would be....
    44. For WIDE DoF The APERTURE would be.... f16 to f22
    45. To increase BLUR
    46. To increase BLUR The ISO would be....
    47. To increase BLUR The ISO would be.... 100 or less
    48. To increase BLUR The ISO would be.... 100 or less The SHUTTER SPEED would be....
    49. To increase BLUR The ISO would be.... 100 or less The SHUTTER SPEED would be.... 60th to 1/4th 1/
    50. For LIGHT PAINTING
    51. For LIGHT PAINTING The ISO would be....
    52. For LIGHT PAINTING The ISO would be.... 100 or less
    53. For LIGHT PAINTING The ISO would be.... 100 or less The SHUTTER SPEED would be....
    54. For LIGHT PAINTING The ISO would be.... 100 or less The SHUTTER SPEED would be.... BULB
    55. To FREEZE action
    56. To FREEZE action The ISO would be....
    57. To FREEZE action The ISO would be.... 400+
    58. To FREEZE action The ISO would be.... 400+ The SHUTTER SPEED would be....
    59. To FREEZE action The ISO would be.... 400+ The SHUTTER SPEED would be.... 250th to 1/2000th 1/
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  • Consider it in this order-
    1. ISO
    2. Aperture
    3. Shutter Speed
  • Consider it in this order-
    1. ISO
    2. Aperture
    3. Shutter Speed
  • Consider it in this order-
    1. ISO
    2. Aperture
    3. Shutter Speed
  • Illustrate this by showing the difference from ISO 100 and ISO 2000
  • Illustrate this by showing the difference from ISO 100 and ISO 2000
  • You MAY start to see some noise with ISO 400
  • You MAY start to see some noise with ISO 400
  • The product of HIGH ISO
  • The product of HIGH ISO
  • The product of HIGH ISO
  • Illustrate this with lenses in their hands!
  • Illustrate this with lenses in their hands!
  • Illustrate this with lenses in their hands!
  • Illustrate this with cameras in their hands!
  • Illustrate this with cameras in their hands!
  • Determine the Shutter Speed by knowing what you want to happen in the lighting condition.
  • Determine the Shutter Speed by knowing what you want to happen in the lighting condition.
  • You’ll need to determine this based on how much light you have.
  • You’ll need to determine this based on how much light you have.



















  • You can also shoot in Rapid or Burst modes!!!
  • You can also shoot in Rapid or Burst modes!!!
  • You can also shoot in Rapid or Burst modes!!!
  • You can also shoot in Rapid or Burst modes!!!

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