Camera functions scavenger hunt

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Camera functions scavenger hunt

  1. 1. Camera Functions Scavenger HuntPhotography IRULES: For each photo you must write down the ISO, F-Stop, and Shutter Speed used You must try your best to get images that are correctly exposed You MUST use ONLY the manual setting on your camera You may go anywhere on the front lawn or on the track/ bleacher area to take your photos. You may take photos at various parts of the building. You may NOT go in the tunnels, anywhere outside that does NOT include the front lawn or bleacher/ track area (this includes tennis courts) or anywhere else in the building that you know would be inappropriate. When in doubt DON’T go there! Try to photograph the most interesting compositions possible. Try to create images that are unique and creative. DO NOT shoot an image at below 1/60 shutter speedSCAVENGER HUNT LIST:__________ A photograph taken in a low light atmosphere with a high ISO1. What camera settings did you use?2. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph taken in a low light atmosphere with a low ISO1. What camera settings did you use?2. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph taken in a low light atmosphere with a high shutter speed3. What camera settings did you use?4. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph taken in a low light atmosphere with a low shutter speed3. What camera settings did you use?4. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph taken in a low light atmosphere with a high aperture5. What camera settings did you use?6. Were there any problems that occurred?
  2. 2. __________ A photograph taken in a low light atmosphere with a low aperture5. What camera settings did you use?6. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph taken in a high light atmosphere with a high ISO7. What camera settings did you use?8. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph taken in a high light atmosphere with a low ISO7. What camera settings did you use?8. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph taken in a high light atmosphere with a high aperture9. What camera settings did you use?10. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph taken in a high light atmosphere with a low aperture9. What camera settings did you use?10. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph taken in a high light atmosphere with a high shutter speed11. What camera settings did you use?12. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph taken in a high light atmosphere with a low shutter speed11. What camera settings did you use?12. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph that shows stop action or freeze action13. What camera settings did you use?14. Were there any problems that occurred?
  3. 3. __________ A photograph that shows blurred motion13. What camera settings did you use?14. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph that shows the entire image clear and in focus15. What camera settings did you use?16. Were there any problems that occurred?__________ A photograph that shows the background blurred out15. What camera settings did you use?16. Were there any problems that occurred?Reflection Questions1- How did changing the lighting situation (low light to high light) affect the exposure of your image?2- When the exposure changed on your camera based on the lighting conditions what did you do to compensate for that change?3- When you used a low aperture setting, what did you notice about your photographs?4- When you used a high aperture setting, what did you notice about your photographs?5- When you used a fast shutter speed what did you notice about your photographs?6- When you used a slow shutter speed what did you notice about your photographs?

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