1. I think a photography class should bea requirement in all educationalprograms because it makes you seethe world rather than just look atit. ~Author Unknown
2. What will I learn?
3. 3 important things ISO Aperture Shutter speed
4. ISOAlso known as film speedMeasures cameras sensitivity to lightMeasured by a range of numbers
5. High ISORange from 800-3200. Results in grainy photos. Good for fast moving objects and low light scenarios.
6. Low ISORange from 60-400. Results in good saturation of color. Good for still objects with high available light.
7. Aperture Also known as F-stop Measure of the lenses iris opening A range of numbers from (usually) 2.8-22 Control depth of field
8. Depth of Field Shallow Far F2.8 F22
9. Shutter Speed The amount of time that light is allowed to reach the image sensor Measured in a rage from full seconds to fractions of a second. “30” - 1/1000 Blurs of Freezes Motion
10. Slow Shutter SpeedRange from 30 seconds to 1/60 of a second. Results in blurred motion and a “painterly” effect.
11. Fast Shutter SpeedRange from 1/100 of a second to 1/4000 of a second. Results in frozen motion. Good for action shots.
12. Quiz time… You are at little Timmy’s dance recital, what do you think your ISO setting may be? You want to freeze the hunky basketball star in mid air while he hits the winning jump shot. What setting do you think will help you with this? What kind of depth of field works best for the perfect portrait of your guinea pig named Nickels?