Ap and Shutter- IN PROGRESS

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Ap and Shutter- IN PROGRESS

  1. 1. Photography Would you be able to take these photos? (There is no photoshop)
  2. 2. Learning objectives: By the end of the lesson: - Understanding of what Aperture and Shutter speed are, and how to control them. - Understand the effects of Aperture and Shutter Speed on the photograph. - Have taken some photographs, using specific Aperture and Shutter Speed to create the look you want. What happens when you press the ‘take picture’ button on a camera?
  3. 3. Underexposed Overexposed
  4. 4. DSLR Camera
  5. 5. Aperture: F-Number The lower the number, the more light let in.
  6. 6. Aperture The Aperture is how much light is being allowed through the lens. You can control the aperture manually in either ‘MANUAL’ mode, or in ‘APERTURE PRIORITY’ mode. Aperture Priority mode allows you to control the aperture yourself, and the camera will, if possible, set the correct shutter speed to expose your picture correctly.
  7. 7. Shutter Speed The Shutter Speed is the amount of time that the shutter remains open, allowing the light to hit the sensor. The shutter can be left open for as long as you need, as long as you don’t overexpose your image.
  8. 8. Shutter Speed The Shutter Speed is the amount of time that the shutter remains open, allowing the light to hit the sensor. You can control the shutter speed manually in either ‘MANUAL’ mode, or in ‘SHUTTER PRIORITY’ mode. Shutter Priority mode allows you to control the shutter speed yourself, and the camera will, if possible, set the correct Aperture to expose your picture correctly.
  9. 9. ApertureShutter Speed Knowing your settings
  10. 10. Shutter Speeds Fast Freezes Action Medium Slow Movement is blurred
  11. 11. Apertures Wide Aperture Low F-Number Shallow Depth of Field Narrow Aperture High F-Number Deep Depth of Field
  12. 12. Slow Shutter Speed
  13. 13. Wide Aperture (Shallow depth of field)

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