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Casey O'Brien

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  1. 1. PHOTOGRAPHICTECHNIQUES AND ARTIFACTS• ByCasey O’Brien Mr. Boothby Photo 1
  2. 2. Shallow Depth of Field
  3. 3. SHALLOW DEPTH OF FIELDDefinition: Shallow Depth of Field(SDF) is used to focus on a certainsubject, while blurring out everything Settings: Wide Lens Opening Wide Aperture
  4. 4. Deep Depth of Field
  5. 5. DEEP DEPTH OF FIELDDefinition: Deep Depth of Field (DOF)is the distance in front of and beyondthe subject that appears to be infocus.Settings:Small F-StopMove back to increase the depth of fieldMove closer to decrease it
  6. 6. Fast Shutter Speed
  7. 7. FAST SHUTTER SPEEDDefinition: Fast Shutter Speed is usedto produce the effect that movementhas been frozen.Settings:Shutter speed is measured in secondsFor example, 1/8000th a second is a very fast shutterspeedSubject must be movingCamera must be still
  8. 8. Slow Shutter Speed
  9. 9. Slow Shutter SpeedDefinition: Slow Shutter Speed is usedto let more light into the camera indark situations and to have some blurin the photo.Settings:Anything that moves will blur1/15 of a second is good
  10. 10. Film Grain
  11. 11. FILM GRAINDefiniton: Film Grain is is the random opticaltexture of processed photographic film due to thepresence of small particles of a metallic silver, ordye clouds, developed from silver halide that havereceived enough photons.Settings:DarkRandom White Spots
  12. 12. Digital Noise
  13. 13. DIGITAL NOISEDefinition:Digital Noise is used todescribe the occurrence of color dotsor specks where there should be noneSettings:Film GrainAnisotropic NoiseAmplifier Noise

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