2 A CAMERA is an extension of a photographer’s creative vision. A SINGLE LENS REFLEX (SLR) CAMERA IS A COMMON PHOTOJOURNALISM TOOL.POINT-AND-SHOOT CAMERAS OFFER SIMPLE OPERATION.SINGLE-USE CAMERAS OFFER CONVENIENCE.DIGITAL CAMERAS OFFER ANOTHER OPTION.123Photography 1
3 SINGLE LENS REFLEX CAMERA POINT-AND-SHOOT CAMERA DIGITAL CAMERASINGLE-USE CAMERA123Photography 1FILM and DIGITAL cameras offer many options for yearbook photography.
4 CAMERA TYPES SLR Point and Shoot See actual image WYSIWYG Professional photographers usePoint and ShootViewfinder is the window through the cameraNot the actual imge formed by the camera lensUsually fully automatic, built in flash, uses film
5 CAMERA TYPES Single Use Camera Digital Camera Disposable Film Resemble SLR (35 mm)Viewfinder or LCD image displayNo film requiredResolutionBased on pixelsMost popular
6 Thorough PLANNING encourages strong photo content and organized production. PLANNERS AND FORMS GUIDE THE PHOTO PROCESS.IF PHOTOGRAPHERS SHOOT FILM, AN ADDITIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEM IS ESSENTIAL.123Photography 1
7 PHOTO EDITING is an important step in the process. PHOTO EDITING BRINGS TOGETHER PHOTOGRAPHERS AND DESIGNERS.PHOTO EDITING INVOLVES SELECTION, CROPPING, SIZING AND DESIGN CONCERNS.123Photography 1
8 123Photography 1ACTION and REACTION transform ordinary activities into extraordinary photos.
9 123Photography 1SIMPLICITY: An uncluttered background allows the subject filling the frame to command attention.
10 123Photography 1Consider shooting from a higher or lower vantage point for a unique PERSPECTIVE..
11 123Photography 1DIMENSION: Selective focus adds depth to this photo taken from the perspective of the subject.
12 123Photography 1PERSONAL: Focusing on people makes photographs of events, like a college fair, more compelling.
13 123Photography 1FRESH: The photographer avoids a trite blood drive photo by shooting from an aerial perspective.
14 123Photography 1GET CLOSE: Sidelines photos show another dimension of the game and allow for close-ups.
15 123Photography 1SNAPSHOT: While photojournalistic images are the best, sometimes posed photos tell interesting stories.