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metering and exposure

  1. 1. THE CAMERA AS A MEDIUM OF VISUAL EXPRESSION
  2. 2. TYPES OF CAMERAS & THEIR FUNCTIONS
  3. 3. TYPES OF CAMERAS & THEIR FUNCTIONS VIEW CAMERA
  4. 4. TYPES OF CAMERAS & THEIR FUNCTIONS RANGEFINDER CAMERA
  5. 5. TYPES OF CAMERAS & THEIR FUNCTIONS SINGLE LENS REFLEX
  6. 6. Metering and ExposureThe four components of exposure
  7. 7. Metering and ExposureThe four components of exposure ISO setting/film speed (calibrates the camera’s light meter)
  8. 8. SHUTTER SPEED 1sec ½ ¼ 1/8 1/15 1/30 1/60 1/125 1/250 1/500 1/1000
  9. 9. SHUTTER SPEEDS1/8 1/10 1/13 1/15 1/20 1/25 1/30 1/40 1/50 1/60 1/80 1/1001/125 1/160 1/200 1/250 1/320 1/400 1/500 1/640 1/800 1/1000
  10. 10. Metering and ExposureThe four components of exposure ISO/film speed shutter speed
  11. 11. Metering and ExposureThe four components of exposure ISO/film speed shutter speed f-stop/aperture
  12. 12. Determining Exposure
  13. 13. Metering and Exposure incident and reflective light meters
  14. 14. Metering and meter incident light Exposure
  15. 15. Metering and Exposureincident light meters measure light falling on the subject
  16. 16. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  17. 17. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  18. 18. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  19. 19. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  20. 20. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  21. 21. USING YOUR CAMERA EXPOSURE MODES
  22. 22. USING YOUR CAMERA EXPOSURE MODES PROGRAM MODE /LIMITED CREATIVE CONTROLP = program mode -the camera picks both the f/stop and shutter speed
  23. 23. USING YOUR CAMERA EXPOSURE MODES SEMI AUTOMATIC MODES / MORE CREATIVE CONTROLA or AV = APERTURE priority mode you pick the f/stop –the camera picks the shutter speed
  24. 24. USING YOUR CAMERA EXPOSURE MODES SEMI AUTOMATIC MODES / MORE CREATIVE CONTROLA or AV = APERTURE priority mode you pick the f/stop –the camera picks the shutter speedS or TV = SHUTTER priority mode -you pick the shutter speed –the camera picks the f/stop
  25. 25. USING YOUR CAMERA EXPOSURE MODES FULL MANUAL MODE / THE MOST CREATIVE CONTROLM = MANUAL mode -you pick both the f/stop & the shutter speed
  26. 26. USING YOUR CAMERA EXPOSURE MODESPROGRAM MODE /LIMITED CREATIVE CONTROLP = program mode -the camera picks both the f/stop and shutter speedSEMI AUTOMATIC MODES / MORE CREATIVE CONTROLA or AV = APERTURE priority mode you pick the f/stop –the camera picks the shutter speedS or TV = SHUTTER priority mode -you pick the shutter speed –the camera picks the f/stopFULL MANUAL MODE / THE MOST CREATIVE CONTROLM = MANUAL mode -you pick both the f/stop & the shutter speed
  27. 27. SLR CAMERA EXPOSURE MODE CONTROLS
  28. 28. Metering and Exposure exposure readout in your viewfinder
  29. 29. Metering and Exposureexposure readout on camera topdisplay
  30. 30. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  31. 31. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  32. 32. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  33. 33. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  34. 34. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  35. 35. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  36. 36. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  37. 37. Metering and Exposure exposure compensation button
  38. 38. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  39. 39. Metering and Exposure THE F/16 RULEOn a bright sunny day, with your subject front-lit, setthe camera’s aperture to f/16. The correct shutterspeed is the speed that matches the ISO setting on yourcamera.For example: sunny day, front lit subject, camera lens isset on f/16, camera ISO is set at 200… set your shutterspeed at 1/200th for the correct exposure.
  40. 40. Metering and Exposure your camera’s reflective light meter
  41. 41. Questions?

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