Photography 101

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Photography 101 - a introduction to photography and the basics of exposure. Learn techniques for shutter speed, aperture and ISO and how they relate to one another.

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Photography 101

  1. P H O T O G R A P H Y 1 0 1 L U N C H & L E A R N
  2. E X P O S U R E P H O T O G R A P H Y 1 0 1
  3. E L E M E N T S O F E X P O S U R E3 • Shutter Speed • Aperture • ISO
  4. E L E M E N T S O F E X P O S U R E3 • Shutter Speed • Aperture • ISO It’s represented as a triangle because if you change 1 setting, the others will need to be compensated
  5. That’s a lot of numbers!
  6. S H U T T E R S P E E D P H O T O G R A P H Y 1 0 1
  7. S H U T T E R S P E E D • The length of time the shutter is open • Do you want to show motion or stop time?
  8. S H U T T E R S P E E D • The length of time the shutter is open • Do you want to show motion or stop time? The difference can be tenths of a second!
  9. 1/2 sec
  10. 1/2 sec21 seconds
  11. 12 seconds 1/20 sec
  12. 1/125 sec
  13. 1/125 sec15 seconds
  14. 1/400 sec
  15. 1/400 sec
  16. 3 seconds 1/4000 sec 1/500 sec
  17. 1/500 sec 3 seconds 10 seconds
  18. A P E R T U R E P H O T O G R A P H Y 1 0 1
  19. A P E R T U R E • Amount of light let into the camera • Do you want a single object in focus or an entire scene?
  20. A P E R T U R E • Amount of light let into the camera • Do you want a single object in focus or an entire scene? Think of a window. The larger the window, the more light gets through and the room is brighter.
  21. f/22
  22. f/22f/4
  23. f/2.8
  24. f/2.8f/22
  25. f/8
  26. f/8f/2.5
  27. f/16f/2.8
  28. f/1.4 f/4.5 f/8
  29. f/4.5 f/16 f/4.8
  30. I S O P H O T O G R A P H Y 1 0 1
  31. I S O • Sensitivity to light • The higher the ISO number the quicker the sensor reacts to light. • How much light is available? Is it night or are you inside?
  32. I S O • Sensitivity to light • The higher the ISO number the quicker the sensor reacts to light. • How much light is available? Is it night or are you inside? In the “old days” this was film speed.
  33. ISO 100
  34. ISO 100ISO 3200
  35. ISO 1600
  36. ISO 1600ISO 100
  37. ISO 100 ISO 1600
  38. ISO 400
  39. ISO 400ISO 20000
  40. Each has to be compensated. Depends on: Lighting, Lens, Subject, Artistic Choice
  41. E L E M E N T S O F E X P O S U R E3• Shutter Speed • Controls the duration of how much light is allowed to reach the sensor • Aperture • Controls the amount of light going into the camera • ISO • Controls the sensitivity of your camera’s sensor to light By changing 1 setting, the others will be affected
  42. S U N TA N N I N G • Time laying out = Shutter Speed • Longer = Tan • Too long = Over Exposed • Sunscreen = Aperture • Blocks the sun at different rates (depending on SPF) • Your skin type = ISO • some people are more sensitive than others
  43. A D D I T I O N A L F U N
  44. Different Lenses & Focal Lengths 200mm
  45. Different Lenses & Focal Lengths 200mm15mm
  46. Different Lenses & Focal Lengths 200mm15mm38mm
  47. Forced Perspective
  48. Forced Perspective
  49. Forced Perspective http://www.instantshift.com/ 2011/11/03/99-excellent-examples-of- forced-perspective-photography/
  50. G E T S N A P P I N G ! P H O T O G R A P H Y 1 0 1
  51. F O R M O R E : A L I C I A M I L L A N E . C O M © A L L I M A G E S A L I C I A M I L L A N E P H O T O G R A P H Y

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