Assignment 14 photography research and practice.


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Assignment 14 photography research and practice.

  1. 1. Assignment 14 Photography research and practice.(camera and photo editting) Luara Pires Debbie Marques Kauana Labaldi Maria Younes
  2. 2. Lighting – over exposureExplanation Example image My image Before and after.• This is when the picture has an excess amount of light.• when there is this type o lighting you cant see details• certain areas can go excessively white.• With this you cant see face shapes usually.
  3. 3. Lighting – underexposureExplanation Example image My image Before and after.• Under exposure is when an image is too dark that you cant see details• sometimes, there can be light on one side but not on the other• This can be used purposely as well so it can create mystery , just like in film noir movies.
  4. 4. Lighting – good exposureExplanation Example image My image Before and after.• This type of lighting allows the view to see al the details of an image.• It looks comfortable to look at.• This type of lighting usually doesn’t have a lot of shades on it.
  5. 5. Deep focusExplanation Example image My image Before and after.• Deep focus is when the whole image is in focus.• The front, the middle and the back is sharp and clear.
  6. 6. Composition- leading lines.Explanation Example image My image Before and after.Leading lines are lineswithin an image thatleads the eye toanother point in theimage, or out of theimage.Anything with acertain line can be aleading line.
  7. 7. Lighting – Key – high/low• Key Lighting: The key light is the first and usually most important light that a photographer, lighting cameraman, or other scene composer will use in a lighting setup. The purpose of the key light is to highlight the form and dimension of the subject.
  8. 8. Low key lighting
  9. 9. High key lighting
  10. 10. Shutter speedShutter speed: In photography, shutter speed or exposure timeis the effective length of time a cameras shutter is open. Thetotal exposure is proportional to this exposure time, or durationof light reaching the film or image sensor.
  11. 11. Shutter Speed
  12. 12. Shallow FocusShallow Focus: Shallow focus is a photographic andcinematographic technique incorporating a small depth of field.In shallow focus one plane of the image is in focus while the restis out of focus.
  13. 13. Shallow FocusExplanation Online photo My photoShallow Focus: Shallowfocus is a photographic andcinematographic techniqueincorporating a small depthof field. In shallow focusone plane of the image isin focus while the rest isout of focus.
  14. 14. Rule of thirdExplanation Online photo My photoThe rule of thirds is a "ruleof thumb" or guidelinewhich applies to theprocess of composing visualimages such as paintings,photographs and designs.The guideline proposes thatan image should beimagined as divided intonine equal parts by twoequally-spaced horizontallines and two equally-spaced vertical lines, andthat importantcompositional elementsshould be placed alongthese lines or theirintersections.
  15. 15. Opening& undo photo removing effect/revertFirst you choose the picture, Start editing the picture.when you open the app it alreadytakes you to the pictures.
  16. 16. Changing exposureIn here you can change the brightness,make something darker or lighter.
  17. 17. Auto enhanceClick on this button, and it will automatically enhance thepicture.
  18. 18. CROP - iPhotoOriginal iPhoto Edited version Crop
  19. 19. Rotate - iPhotoOriginal iPhoto Edited version Rotate
  20. 20. Change ColourOriginal iPhoto Edited version Change colour
  21. 21. EffectsOriginal iPhoto Edited version Effects