Introduction to Exposure

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Introduction to Exposure

  1. 1. Understanding Exposure Part 1 - Introduction
  2. 2. Idea
  3. 3. What is exposure?
  4. 4. Defined The exposure is the amount of light received by the film or sensor and is determined by how wide you open the lens diaphragm (aperture) and by how long you keep the film or sensor exposed (shutterspeed). The effect an exposure has depends on the sensitivity of the film or sensor. from DPreview.com
  5. 5. Exposure triangle
  6. 6. It’s your photograph
  7. 7. I have a smart camera
  8. 8. I see 18% gray
  9. 9. What’s so important?
  10. 10. Is that action?
  11. 11. You can do better
  12. 12. You can see
  13. 13. Know what’s important
  14. 14. Make decisions
  15. 15. React to environment
  16. 16. Where’s your dial?
  17. 17. Sometimes you’re lucky
  18. 18. Sometimes you’re not
  19. 19. Out of focus
  20. 20. Overexposed
  21. 21. Underexposed
  22. 22. Shouldn’t be about luck
  23. 23. Taking control
  24. 24. Repeatable results
  25. 25. How do we get there?
  26. 26. Taking a leap
  27. 27. Try new things
  28. 28. Experiment
  29. 29. Turning the dial
  30. 30. Get hands on
  31. 31. Aperture
  32. 32. Isolate your subjects
  33. 33. Blur your background
  34. 34. Tell a story
  35. 35. Get creative
  36. 36. Shutter Speed
  37. 37. Freeze action
  38. 38. Show action
  39. 39. Create motion
  40. 40. Get creative
  41. 41. ISO
  42. 42. No more changing film
  43. 43. In the dark?
  44. 44. At a concert
  45. 45. Get creative
  46. 46. Beyond exposure
  47. 47. Get balanced
  48. 48. Control your focus
  49. 49. Get creative
  50. 50. Stay tuned...
  51. 51. All of the images used in this presentation are believed to be creative commons (found via creative commons image search). The presentation is intended only for non-profit educational usage. If your image has been used outside of your creative commons or copyright usage terms please let us know and we will remove it immediately. info@calvertphotographyclub.com

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