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Photography - Technical
Camera Controls
History of Photography
• Ted video
MAKING BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHS
• National Geographic:
http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video
/player/photography/photogra...
HOW DOES LIGHT TRAVEL THROUGH A
CAMERA?
A
A
B
C
C
B
CAMERA OBSCURA
QUIZ
1. What did artists use pre-1800’s to
draw/trace with?
2. What does light do to an image when it
travels through a ca...
EXPOSURE TRIANGLE
EXPOSURE TRIANGLE QUIZ
1. Which component controls the grain?
2. Which component controls the blur?
3. Which component con...
ISO
ISO measures the
sensitivity of the image
sensor.
ISO 100 ISO 3200
ISO AND NOISE
• The lower the
number (eg.
100) the
finer/smoothe
r the grain.
• Meaning that
the image will
be higher
qual...
ISO AND LIGHT
The higher the number (eg 1600) the more sensitive your camera is
to light.
Meaning more light is let onto t...
to control the amount of time during which the camera
is exposed to light.
'faster' shutter speeds decrease the amount of ...
Mitsuaki Iwago
Stephen Dalton
Linda Connor
Bragaglia brothers
Karl de Keyzer
QUIZ
1. Give a numerical example of a fast
shutter speed
2. Give a numerical example of a slow
shutter speed
to control the amount of light entering the lens.
• has an effect on focus and depth of field
APERTURE
In the camera lens
Small number =
shallow depth of
field.
When shooting a landscape, get as much of the
photograph in sharp focus as possible (f11 to f22).
In a portrait, shallower...
Keith Arnatt
Erna Lendvai-Dircksen
Cornell Capa
QUIZ
1. What F stop would you typically use when
you shoot portraits?
2. Give a numerical example of an F stop that
create...
Camera controls - Exposure Triangle
Camera controls - Exposure Triangle
Camera controls - Exposure Triangle
Camera controls - Exposure Triangle
Camera controls - Exposure Triangle
Camera controls - Exposure Triangle
Camera controls - Exposure Triangle
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  1. 1. Photography - Technical Camera Controls
  2. 2. History of Photography • Ted video
  3. 3. MAKING BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHS • National Geographic: http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video /player/photography/photographers/sim ply-beautiful.html
  4. 4. HOW DOES LIGHT TRAVEL THROUGH A CAMERA? A A B C C B
  5. 5. CAMERA OBSCURA
  6. 6. QUIZ 1. What did artists use pre-1800’s to draw/trace with? 2. What does light do to an image when it travels through a camera? 3. In digital camera’s what reverses the image? 4. In digital camera’s what does the photograph produce itself onto?
  7. 7. EXPOSURE TRIANGLE
  8. 8. EXPOSURE TRIANGLE QUIZ 1. Which component controls the grain? 2. Which component controls the blur? 3. Which component controls the Depth of Field?
  9. 9. ISO ISO measures the sensitivity of the image sensor. ISO 100 ISO 3200
  10. 10. ISO AND NOISE • The lower the number (eg. 100) the finer/smoothe r the grain. • Meaning that the image will be higher quality.
  11. 11. ISO AND LIGHT The higher the number (eg 1600) the more sensitive your camera is to light. Meaning more light is let onto the image but the quality is poor.
  12. 12. to control the amount of time during which the camera is exposed to light. 'faster' shutter speeds decrease the amount of light and freeze the image. ‘slower’ shutter speeds increase the amount of light and can create movement in the image. SHUTTER SPEED
  13. 13. Mitsuaki Iwago
  14. 14. Stephen Dalton
  15. 15. Linda Connor
  16. 16. Bragaglia brothers
  17. 17. Karl de Keyzer
  18. 18. QUIZ 1. Give a numerical example of a fast shutter speed 2. Give a numerical example of a slow shutter speed
  19. 19. to control the amount of light entering the lens. • has an effect on focus and depth of field APERTURE
  20. 20. In the camera lens
  21. 21. Small number = shallow depth of field.
  22. 22. When shooting a landscape, get as much of the photograph in sharp focus as possible (f11 to f22). In a portrait, shallower dof (f2.8 - 8) will isolate your subject from distracting backgrounds Shooting
  23. 23. Keith Arnatt
  24. 24. Erna Lendvai-Dircksen
  25. 25. Cornell Capa
  26. 26. QUIZ 1. What F stop would you typically use when you shoot portraits? 2. Give a numerical example of an F stop that creates a shallow depth of field. 3. What could you photograph at F22? 4. If you had F22 would more or less light come through the camera than F5.6?

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