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  • 1. Digital Photography Module: The Basics
  • 2. OutlineHistoryCamera EngineeringLights & ColourBasic Composition
  • 3. HistoryHow it started?Silver Nitrate (AgNO3)Chemical react “light”, turns dark.“Negative” to “Positive”
  • 4. Camera EngineeringMilestone of Photography Pinhole Camera SLR Camera Compact Camera DSLR CameraTraditional Film to Digital Photographs
  • 5. Camera EngineeringCharged-Coupled Device (CCD)Light hitting the CCD will be converted toelectrical charge in the sensorThe main components of a photo is madeup of 2 factors: Luminance (Light) Chrominance (Colour)
  • 6. Camera Engineering How to read “Megapixel”?Width Height Active Pixels Megapixel Brand4000 3000 12,000,000 12.0 Nikon Coolpix L1104752 3168 15,054,336 15.0 Canon 500D5616 3744 21,026,304 21.0 Canon Mark III7360 4912 36,152,320 36.2 Nikon D8009372 9372 87,834,384 87.8 Leica RC30
  • 7. Camera Engineering1.Camera lens2.Reflex mirror3.Focal-plane shutter4.Image sensor5.Matte focusing screen6.Condenser lens7.Pentaprism/pentamirror8.Viewfinder eyepiece
  • 8. Camera Engineering
  • 9. Basic CompositionComposition is a “creative” process.It is drawing your photograph.Rules of Third.
  • 10. Common Errors
  • 11. Common Errors
  • 12. Common Errors
  • 13. Rules of ThirdThe 4 intersectionsare positions to placeyour subject.Placing them in these4 areas generatesspecial meaning toyour picture.
  • 14. Rules of Third
  • 15. Rules of Third