Intro to camera settings

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Intro to camera settings

  1. 1. The most essential element of photography: Light
  2. 2. Metering the Light = Exposure Exposure = Aperture + shutter speed + ISO
  3. 3. • An aperture relates to the circular opening in the lens that gets bigger or smaller, shown in ‘f’ numbers • The shutter speed relates to the amount of time the ‘shutter’ remains open for. • ISO relates to how ‘sensitive’ the camera sensor is.
  4. 4. APERTURE affects ‘Depth of Field’
  5. 5. http://ruleofthirdsphotography.com/interactive-aperture/ http://camerasim.com/camera-simulator/
  6. 6. SHUTTER SPEED affects the capture of ‘Movement’ Fast Shutter Speed Slow shutter speed
  7. 7. It’s all about BALANCE! • Getting a ‘correct’ exposure is about creating a balance between the 3 main camera settings. • Adjusting one means you must compensate with the others.
  8. 8. 1” F22 ISO 800 1/20 F5.6 ISO 800 1/60 F3.5 ISO 800
  9. 9. 1/30 f4.0 ISO 100 1/30 f4.0 ISO 400 1/30 f4.0 ISO 800 1/30 f4.0 ISO 1600
  10. 10. Quick Quiz • What 3 things make up exposure? • Is an aperture a circle, square or triangle shape? • What is the thing that increases or decreases film/digital sensor sensitivity? • What is the thing that opens and closes for a specified amount of time? • What does a light metre help you do?
  11. 11. Visual Elements • • • • • Line Texture Pattern Shape Form • What is meant by line, texture and pattern in an image?
  12. 12. Line
  13. 13. Texture •
  14. 14. Pattern
  15. 15. Shape
  16. 16. Form

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