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Apertureshutterspeed

  1. 1. INTIMACY ISOLATION TIME MEMORY
  2. 2. movementAPERTURE SHUTTER SPEEDdepth of field
  3. 3. OBJECTIVE You will use APERTURE to explore feelings of INTIMACY and ISOLATION depth of field far close intimate space deep focus personal isolated public shallow focus
  4. 4. OBJECTIVE You will use SHUTTER SPEED to explore TIME and MEMORY movement slow blurred fast frozen action time memory
  5. 5. APERTURE INTIMACY
  6. 6. Selectively focus your photographs usingshort depth of field to create a feeling ofcloseness or intimacy with your subject.Try to create a feeling of closeness whileplacing your subject both near and farfrom the viewer.
  7. 7. APERTURE ISOLATION
  8. 8. Explore space in your photographs by using agreat or deep depth of field as a way to create afeeling of isolation or loneliness.Consider the placement of your subject both nearand far from the viewer.
  9. 9. APERTURE ISOLATION Try to create a sense of isolation with a short depth of field. Try to create a sense of intimacy with a great depth of field. APERTURE INTIMACY
  10. 10. SHUTTER SPEED TIME & MEMORY
  11. 11. Explore time and memory in your photographs byusing a fast shutter speed to freeze movement.Consider how freezing action is also freezing timeor a memory and something that is only possiblein the world of photography.
  12. 12. SHUTTER SPEED TIME & MEMORY
  13. 13. Explore time and memory in yourphotographs by using a slow shutterspeed to blur movement.Consider how blurring some action isalso extending time or a memory andsomething that is only possible in theworld of photography.
  14. 14. Ap!Rt"Re & Sh"Tt!R Sp!EdISOLATIONINTIMACY TIMEMEMORY NAME: PHOTO 1 Shoot a roll of 24 images that explore the creative use of aperture and shutter speed through the “lenses” of ISOLATION, INTIMACY,TIME, and MEMORY.You will turn in THREE (3) final 8”x10” prints along with their test strips.APERTURE: You will use short depth of field to create a feeling of closeness or intimacy with yoursubject and great or deep depth of field as a way to create a feeling of isolation or loneliness.Consider placing your subject near and far in space.You may also try using great DoF to create intimacy and short DoF tocreate isolation.You will need examples of shallow depth of field (small ƒ/stop) and great depth of field (large ƒ/stop) inyour contact sheet.SHUTTER SPEED: Explore time and memory in your photographs by using a fast shutter speedto freeze movement and a slow shutter speed to blur movement. Consider how freezing and blurringsome action is also freezing or extending time or a memory and something that is only possible in the world ofphotography.You will need examples of frozen action (fast shutter speed) and blurred action (slow shutter speed, usuallybelow 125) in your contact sheet.You can also try panning, set your camera to a slow shutter speed (below 1/30) andfollow a moving subject while pressing the shutter button.
  15. 15. some action is also freezing or extending time or a memory and something that is only possible in the world ofphotography.You will need examples of frozen action (fast shutter speed) and blurred action (slow shutter speed, usuallybelow 125) in your contact sheet.You can also try panning, set your camera to a slow shutter speed (below 1/30) andfollow a moving subject while pressing the shutter button.s#Oo$In% c#Ec&LiT: a(Vi)E:1. load film ! shoot with friends! especially when going for blurred2. set ISO to 400 or frozen motion, it is WAY easier to direct humans3. turn camera on than nature. (“excuse me, flock of birds, can I just light4. find your subject matter meter and focus before you take off?”)5. consider the structure and POC6. focus ! make sure you understand how to get the results you7. light meter off subject want using the camera you have or have borrowed. if8. recompose, focus, and shoot you have questions, ASK!9. advance film for next shot10. write down your settings ! spend some time really thinking about the ideas of ISOLATION, INTIMACY, TIME and MEMORY - how11. continue steps 4-10 can you show these ideas? what subjects will you12. turn off camera when done choose?13. DO NOT REWIND FILM14. if there is any problem STOP and bring in ! have fun!!! camera to school - or email me!! ! caroline_appel@hcpss.org

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