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    • BasicPhotography
      <@Triet Ho/>
      1
    • Introduction
      Objectives
      Get basic knowledge of factors that create a picture (ISO, Aperture and Shutter speed)
      Understand common shooting modes on cameras
      10 tips for beach photography
      Attendees
      Everyone
      Time: 30 minutes
      Confidential
      2
    • A Picture is captured when light reaches the sensor
      3
    • Factors control the amount of light
      Aperture (f): Door of the lens
      Shutter (shutter speed): Door of the sensor
      Sensor’s sensitivity (ISO): light sensitive of the sensor
      Examples of the combinations
      4
    • Aperture - Control Depth of Field (DOF)
      DOF and Background blur: sharp area
      Samples
      5
    • Shutter Speed – Freezing and blurring Motion
      Camera Shake can also blur the picture at slow shooter speed.
      6
    • ISO – Noise Factor
      Low ISO gives high quality image
      High ISO allows faster shutter speed
      The same ISO give different qualities on different cameras. See here
      7
    • Basic Shooting Modes
      Auto – All factors are controlled by camera
      Good for newbies
      Portrait – Express the beauty of people
      Landscape – For sharp and vivid photos
      Close up - Macro – Capture little things in a big way from up close
      Sport – Perfect for moving objects because the camera continuously refocus
      Night Portrait – beauty the people and surround even at night
      8
    • Creative Shutting modes
      P – Program: Shutter Speed, Aperture
      Capture the best moments
      AV – Aperture Priority: Shutter Speed, Aperture
      Good for portrait with blur background or keep everything in focus for landscape shots.
      TV – Shutter Speed priority: Aperture, Shutter Speed
      Freeze or blur subject motions
      M – Manual: Aperture, Shutter Speed
      Advanced users
      Legend: Auto, Manual
      9
    • Tips - Q&A
      Tips
      10 tips for beach photography
      Q&A
      10
    • Thank you! - 2011
      trietho@gmail.com
      Reference: http://www.canon.co.jp/imaging/enjoydslr
      11