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Sponge Bob and Friend ISO 2800, 10mm, f/3.5, 1/60sec
Fountain Bellagio ISO 1000, 10mm, f/3.5, 1/15sec.--Stabilized using flat railing
Thanksgiving in VEGAS ISO 3200, 16.3 mm, f/4.2, 1/100 th sec
Las Vegas Street Scene ISO 450, 10mm, f/3.5, 1/30 With a Nikon 1
VEGAS SO 3200, 19.6 mm, f/4.8, 1/60, with flash
Calgary Bridge ISO 400, f/11, 8 sec, 19 mm (18-55 mm lens), Sony NEX-5N
Calgary Part 1 ISO 100, f/16, 15 sec, 149 mm (18-200 mm lens), WB daylight, Sony NEX-5N
Calgary Part 2 ISO 100, f/16, 15 sec, 149 mm (18-200 mm lens), WB tungsten, Sony NEX-5N
Fireworks 1 ISO 400, f/22, 6 sec, 18 mm (18-200 mm lens), Sony NEX-5N
Fireworks 2 ISO 200, f/11, 1/4 sec, 18 mm (18-200 mm lens), Sony NEX-5N
Bldg 20_1 Canon 24-70 mm, F13, ISO400, 30 sec, 40 mm, Aperture Priority
Icicles_2 Canon 24-70 mm, F4, ISO 640, 5 sec, 63 mm, Aperture Priority
Ship's Prow-Canmore Wall Canon 24-70 mm, F8, ISO 200, 146 sec, 55 mm, Bulb Exposure
SMH_1 Canon 24-70 mm, F8, ISO 200, 15 sec, 28 mm, Aperture Priority
Winter Moon_2 Canon 24-70 mm, F8, ISO 200, 68 sec, 24 mm, Bulb Exposure
Night 3 sec. Double exposure, 50mm @ f8, ISO -100, No Flash
Night 1 30 sec, 40mm @ f11, ISO -100, No Flash
Night 2 25sec, 26 mm @ f8, ISO -800, Flashlight
Night 3 25sec, 30mm @ f8, ISO -400, Off Camera--popped several places
Night 4 1/40 sec, 185mm @ f5, ISO -400, No Flash
Front Yard Canon 7D, 6 sec, f/8, ISO 400, 17-55 mm lens, 38 mm
Las Vegas Hotels Canon 7D, 2 sec, f/8, ISO 100, 17-55 mm lens, 20 mm
Granville Island Canon 5D-3, 1/15 sec, f/4, ISO 1250, 24-105mm lens, 47 mm
Canmore July 1 Canon 5D-3, 5sec, f/4, ISO 160, 17-40 lens, 17 mm
Coke—supersize me Canon 7D, 5 sec, f/8, ISO 100, 17-55 mm lens, 17 mm
You are “painting” with light Need dark room or night time.
SHOOTING FIREWORKS. NECESSARY EQUIPMENT Tripod is essential for sharp photos Good DSLR is preferable Zoom lens – 35mm minimum Remote shutter release.
Flash Photography Mike Seeman, mikeseeman.com/photo WEEGEE: The Critic.
Elements of Exposure. Exposure The amount of light that is allowed to hit the film or the imaging chip in a digital camera.
GETTING THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF LIGHT TO MAKE THE IMAGE.
Camera Functions. What are AV, TV and all those other interesting icons on the mode dial?
Advanced Digital Photography Session 2. Agenda Side door unlock until 6:30 Review photos Continue discussion of lighting – Histogram – White balance Practice.
Exposure Factor 2: Aperture ISO Aperture (f/stop) Shutter speed.
Camera Functions Shooting Mode ISO (film’s sensitivity to light) Meter (measures light in a scene and calculates proper exposure) Aperture ( controls the.
© Tracey Garvey Photography
The Basics of Your Camera. Should Have Worn the Strap.
Introduction to Astrophotography SPS Members Carl Fredrickson Zachary Long.
NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY The Basics. Main Options Fast shutter speeds + flash Long shutter speeds + tripods.
Shutter Speed. How long the sensor/film in the camera is being exposed to light Shutter speed allows light to reach the cameras image sensor How.
CASTLEFORD CAMERA CLUB DSLR Introduction- Session 1 The Exposure Triangle.
Chapter Six Digital Photography Foundations (How to use the various settings on your digital camera)
What are the 3 factors that control exposure?. 3 factors that control exposure Aperture.
“writing with light…” PHOTOGRAPHY. Basic Digital Image Production 1) creating the image 2) storing the image 3) viewing the image 4) editing/modifying/correcting.
Aperture & Shutter Speed Digital Photography. Aperture Also called the f-stop Refers to the adjustable opening in an optical instrument, such as a camera.
Camera Basics Day 1- Shutter Speed Day 2- Aperture Day 3- Light meter and Manual Mode Day 4- ISO.
Joel Willis. Photography = Capturing Light Best Light Sources and Directions Basics: Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, Focal Length, White Balance Intro to.
Just Say “NO” to Your Auto Setting! MANUAL CAMERA SETTINGS.
Basic Camera Functions Class 2 – DACC Basic Photography I Class.
Basic Workflow. 1. Correct White Balance (WB) 2. Fix Exposure (Highlights, Midtones, Shadows) 3. Increase Contrast 4. Decide on Color, B&W, or Sepia and.
In Photography, there is an Exposure Triangle (Reciprocity Theory) Aperture – size of the iris opening, how much light come into the “window” Shutter Speed.
Camera Shooting Modes. Why Professionals Don’t use Icon Modes: – The big question always asked is why do I need to learn to shoot in manual mode when.
Photography with Flash Module A Types Features Control Sync speed Dual Lighting Presented by: Lester Parkes LPSNZ New Brighton.
REVIEW OF PHOTO TERMS & INTRODUCTION TO DSLR CAMERA MODES PHOTO 2 - 8/20/13 [A DAY]
DIGITAL EXPOSURE E = I x T x S By Robert J. Courtemanche, CJE Galena Park HS, Texas Permission.
Photographing at Night Seeing Different Fireworks Temples/ Lit Buildings Bulb Exposures By Stacy Robbins.
DSLR Dial Automatic Shooting Modes. Canon and Nikon.
Camera Operation Basic Handling Parts. Camera Handling.
Copyright © 2009 Me Ra Koh Photography, Inc.. What is Unique about This Summer? What story do you want to tell? Do You Want Wide Landscape Shots,
Crime Scene Photography CJ327 Jonathan Dorriety Adjunct Professor School of Public Safety Kaplan University.
Project 3: Motion. Shutter Priority For your third project we will be shooting in Shutter Priority. In this mode you control the shutter speed, and.
» We have Nikons, so we will be looking at the Nikon mode dial » Most cameras use similar icons.
PHOTOGRAPHY TECHNICAL ASPECTS. SHUTTER SPEED / APERTURE / ISO / WHITE BALANCE To control Exposure WHITE BALANCE LENS CAMERA MODES.
Manual Camera Settings. 4 EXPOSURE Definition: The act of allowing light to strike a light-sensitive surface. The amount of light reaching a surface,
Evaluate. Review: Light Volume Control: 1. f stops are light transmission standards: f 8 transmits the same amount of light for any lens. 2.Lenses can.
Camera Basics Holding the camera steady Memory card/battery location Size of memory card (4 GB card will hold more pictures than a 1 GB card) Image Quality/Resolution:
Aspects of Exposure JEA Photojournalism Curriculum.
How to Create Startrails Images. Instruments DSLR Camera Tripod Remote Shutter Compass Startrails Program.
Timed Exposure Photography Long Exposures. Technical Considerations Keep the camera supported firmly. Use a tripod or set the camera on a solid non.
Getting To Know Your Camera. DSLRs In General.
Digital Single-Lens Reflex Camera
Slide Medium 35mm Slides. Slide Medium 35mm Slides DEFINITION: A slide is a small format photographic transparency, individually mounted for one-at-a-
Digital Cameras An Introduction to Digital Cameras and the Basic Parts of a Canon A85.
Digital SLR Camera Shooting SLR – Single Lens Reflex but digital Works in much the same way as analog Lens Mirror Viewfinder Pentaprism v. Pentamirror.
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