Micro teaching basic dslr photography, by- rahat kazmi

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Micro teaching basic dslr photography, by- rahat kazmi

  1. 1. Essential DSLR Photography Microteaching Prepared by: Rahat Kazmi Follow him on Twitter: Join Facebook Fan’s page: Visit the website: Please Like Page: Please Like this Page: Please Like this Page: www.twitter.com/srahatkazmi or www.facebook.com/TrainingConsultant www.softskillsexperts.com www.facebook.com/semiprophotographer www.facebook.com/LondonBookkeeping www.facebook.com/SoftSkillsExperts
  2. 2. Objectives You will learn three basic essentials of DSLR Photography in just 10 minutes to take professional looking images Follow him on Twitter: Join Facebook Fan’s page: Visit the website: Please Like Page: Please Like this Page: 1. Aperture 2. Shutter Speed and 3. ISO www.twitter.com/srahatkazmi or www.facebook.com/TrainingConsultant www.softskillsexperts.com www.facebook.com/semiprophotographer www.facebook.com/LondonBookkeeping
  3. 3. 1. What is Aperture? Smaller the F Number, Bigger the hole • Aperture is the size of the adjustable hole in the lens, where the light goes through • Bigger the hole, more light it lets in • For larger aperture hole, there is less depth of field Follow him on Twitter: Join Facebook Fan’s page: Visit the website: Please Like Page: Please Like this Page: Please Like this Page: www.twitter.com/srahatkazmi or www.facebook.com/TrainingConsultant www.softskillsexperts.com www.facebook.com/semiprophotographer www.facebook.com/LondonBookkeeping www.facebook.com/SoftSkillsExperts
  4. 4. What is Aperture? How do Aperture numbers affect the images? • • • F4.5 is a bigger Aperture only the object is in focus and background is very blurry F13 is a medium range Aperture and background is less blurry F29 is the smallest Aperture hole and everything is in focus Follow him on Twitter: Join Facebook Fan’s page: Visit the website: Please Like Page: Please Like this Page: Please Like this Page: www.twitter.com/srahatkazmi or www.facebook.com/TrainingConsultant www.softskillsexperts.com www.facebook.com/semiprophotographer www.facebook.com/LondonBookkeeping www.facebook.com/SoftSkillsExperts
  5. 5. 2. Shutter Speed • It is the amount of time the light is allowed to pass through the hole • It is simply how long the camera shutter stays open to expose the camera sensor to light • Faster Shutter speed freezes motion Follow him on Twitter: Join Facebook Fan’s page: Visit the website: Please Like Page: Please Like this Page: Please Like this Page: www.twitter.com/srahatkazmi or www.facebook.com/TrainingConsultant www.softskillsexperts.com www.facebook.com/semiprophotographer www.facebook.com/LondonBookkeeping www.facebook.com/SoftSkillsExperts 168
  6. 6. Shutter Speed • • • • For example Shutter speed of 8 means shutter stayed open for 8th of the second. And Shutter speed of 15 means the Shutter stayed open for 15th of a second Basic rule for determining what Shutter speed for hand held camera = mm size of the lens For 100 mm lens, you can hand hold your camera for 100th of a second Follow him on Twitter: Join Facebook Fan’s page: Visit the website: Please Like Page: Please Like this Page: Please Like this Page: www.twitter.com/srahatkazmi or www.facebook.com/TrainingConsultant www.softskillsexperts.com www.facebook.com/semiprophotographer www.facebook.com/LondonBookkeeping www.facebook.com/SoftSkillsExperts 168
  7. 7. 3.ISO • ISO is how sensitive the camera sensor is to light • By using higher ISO number, you can adjust the camera sensor to be more sensitive to light • But increase sensitivity comes with a price and you get grainier images Follow him on Twitter: Join Facebook Fan’s page: Visit the website: Please Like Page: Please Like this Page: Please Like this Page: www.twitter.com/srahatkazmi or www.facebook.com/TrainingConsultant www.softskillsexperts.com www.facebook.com/semiprophotographer www.facebook.com/LondonBookkeeping www.facebook.com/SoftSkillsExperts
  8. 8. Exercise…. Count down…60 Seconds 1. Which Aperture number will give fully focused images? 2. Which Shutter Speed will freeze the motion and moving image will be fully focused? 3. Which ISO number will be less sensitive to light but will produce better quality images? Follow him on Twitter: Join Facebook Fan’s page: Visit the website: Please Like Page: Please Like this Page: Please Like this Page: www.twitter.com/srahatkazmi or www.facebook.com/TrainingConsultant www.softskillsexperts.com www.facebook.com/semiprophotographer www.facebook.com/LondonBookkeeping www.facebook.com/SoftSkillsExperts
  9. 9. Questions???? SEND YOUR QUESTIONS THROUGH THE PAGES ON FACEBOOK Follow him on Twitter: Join Facebook Fan’s page: Visit the website: Please Like Page: Please Like this Page: Please Like this Page: SEND YOUR QUESTIONS THROUGH THE PAGES ON FACEBOOK www.twitter.com/srahatkazmi or www.facebook.com/TrainingConsultant www.softskillsexperts.com www.facebook.com/semiprophotographer www.facebook.com/LondonBookkeeping www.facebook.com/SoftSkillsExperts

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