Assignments

Mixed Media Screenprint Art

 

Book Face

Light Painting Portrait

Football Pictures (replacement for assignments)

Style of Sandy Skoglund

Gallery

Painting Extension

Football & Cheerleader (replacement for assignments)

Slide Show Facts

  1. DSLR: Digital cameras that resembles 35mm film cameras.
  2. LENSES: prime lens-only one focal length.
  3. Zoom lenses: variable focal lengths.
  4. Lens Focal Length: When photographing far-off landscapes, many people use telephoto lenses to compress perspectives.
  5. LENSES and FOCUS: Zoom vs Focus how to use them properly.
  6. LENSES: make sure you are careful when removing the lenses.
  7. EXPOSURE: understand how exposure is determined, window, garden hose, and tanning.
  8. ISO: Used to describe the sensitivity of digital sensors in digital cameras..
  9. High ISO value means the sensor will be more sensitive to light.
  10. CHOOSING ISO: make sure you chose the right ISO depending on where you are shooting
  11. More available light=Lower ISO. Less available light=Higher ISO
  12. SHUTTER SPEED: how long the shutter is open.
  13. Choose shutter speed depending on the situation,
  14. SHUTTER SPEED: how long the shutter is open.
  15. SHUTTER SPEED (VIDEO): your shutter should be double from frame rate.
  16. Shutter speed 1/60 of a second.
  17. TRIPODS: image stabilizer on Canon Lenses.
  18. APERATURE: focal length divided by lens diameter.
  19. The denominator becomes the f-stop number.
  20. The smaller number actually represents a larger opening to the camera.
  21. DEPTH OF FIELD: larger apertures, shallower depth of field.
  22. Longer lenses appear to have a shallower depth of field.
  23. WHITE BALANCE: settings tells the camera how to make your white and grays neutral, without any color tint.
  24. SHOOTING MODES: camera does almost everything but you get to choose you own lighting.
  25. CAMERA: be really careful when you use a camera since they are fragile and can break with one wrong movement.

Sports photography (senior portraits)

50,000 equipment list

You need a ton of equipment in addition to a creative eye to run a successful photography business. It can be a little difficult to manage your equipment requirements on top of running your expanding business when you have to deal with cameras, tripods, and editing software. Not to worry — We’ve compiled the whole list of professional photography equipment, including all the essential tools. One thing before we get started We have omitted cameras and lenses from this list of photographic gear for professionals. While those are undoubtedly necessary (it would be challenging to run a photography business without them! ), the cameras and lenses you choose will be influenced by both your professional expertise and your personal preferences. Even experienced photographers who have a steady hand occasionally need to use a tripod. You can frame your shot and maintain camera stability with a sturdy tripod to get great pictures. Tripods are also essential for lengthy exposure times. You never know when the ideal opportunity will arise. So use a practical camera strap to keep your camera close at hand. Invest in a variety of alternatives so you can match your strap to your outfit. After all, the best tool for a skilled photographer is their camera! A lighting source that you can directly attach to your camera body is an external flash. When you can’t set up a lighting kit and are shooting in low light, a flash is a useful tool. At occasions like weddings, parties, and conferences, you should use your external flash. You should get a reflector or bounce if you prefer taking photos in natural light. Reflectors bounce daylight to eliminate shadows and produce a level image. Invest in a light package for in-studio photography that includes lights, soft boxes, movable stands, and connectors. The most control over lighting is provided by light kits, allowing for consistently bright and balanced photographs. The backdrop you use when shooting outside is the environment. For their subjects, photographers who have their own studio spaces must create scenes. The majority of studio photographers use stands with backdrops made of printed paper or fabric. However, feel free to use your imagination to build something wholly unique. It’s a good idea to have some accessories on hand to add some flair to your photographs, whether you’re taking shots of people, pets, or food. Of course, the props you require will depend on your area of expertise in photography, but think about buying. For evaluating and editing your photos, you must have high-resolution, calibrated monitors. You must be able to evaluate your image to ensure that it satisfies your creative standards, whether you are in the middle of a studio session or adding color correction in post-production. Expert photographers are aware that taking a picture requires much more than simply pressing the shutter button. Professional photographers continue to edit their photos long after the shoot utilizing programs like Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. While Lightroom is a quick and comparatively simple way to enhance photographs, apply presets, and organize files, Photoshop is a great tool for more involved adjustments and special effects. Professional photographers should always have external hard disks in their toolkits.

Cut and Paste Collage

Logo For Brand

Read & Write 

You can always pick up your camera and start playing if you’re feeling creative (or equally uncreative), bored, or just experimenting. Many people will undoubtedly concur that this is the best way to increase one’s knowledge and skills. We can practice this hobby almost whenever we want because there is always something to photograph or someone who wants to be photographed. It’s a pastime that may be enjoyed both by yourself and by a group of people as a social activity. We are fortunate to have photography at our disposal whenever we need it. Within the field, one can choose from a number of directions. For many, becoming your own employer and motivator is essential to making a name for yourself in the field. For some people, this is a nightmare, but the thought of being free from the restrictions of a corporate hierarchy is more than enough to motivate me. A lot of variation also comes with being a photographer, in a similar vein. As a portrait photographer, my job requires me to travel the world. I definitely value the balance that comes with my employment. On other days, I spend the entire day working from home, processing pictures and sending emails, which has the advantages of giving me my own space, allowing me to sleep in, and saving money on travel expenses. I am aware of certain colleagues who have progressed farther in the field of graphic design as a direct result of using Photoshop to edit photographs and developing a love for post-processing and digital manipulation. It is an absolute privilege to work as a photographer. In my own experience, it makes me feel quite satisfied. It offers opportunities that keep life interesting and new. The good always outweighs the bad, and frequently, it feels like the best job in the world. It might have its rough patches (see: free work, quiet weeks), but overall, it’s a terrific profession.

Mirror Imagery

Image Projection

Shallow Depth Of Field

     

What are aperture, shutter speed and ISO?

Our exposure triangle’s ISO axis is its base. Generally speaking, ISO stands for “International Standards Organization,” a group that establishes norms for all types of measurements. The shutter speed of your camera describes how long it keeps its shutter open, exposing its sensor to light. A high shutter speed essentially indicates that your shutter is open for a shorter period of time, resulting in less exposure to light. On the other hand, a slow shutter speed causes your shutter to stay open for a longer period of time, exposing your subject to more light.

When would you need tp change ISO?

When you want to prevent blurring in your photos, you should increase the ISO settings on your camera. The downside of using high ISO settings is that as you move up the scale, the noise level increases. But until you reach an ISO of 1600 or 3200, the majority of modern cameras are very good at minimizing this noise. Although no one enjoys visual noise, it is much preferable to put up with a little noise than camera shake. A photo that is blurry at any size is significantly worse than one that is sharp but may be slightly noisy when zoomed in.

What aperture and shutter priority settings?

Semi-automatic refers to both the Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority settings. In Aperture Priority mode, the photographer selects an aperture or shutter speed using these (in Shutter Priority mode). The other component of the combo is then automatically adjusted by the camera to match the provided meter reading.

What are AF modes how do you change them?

You must turn on your camera and then change the focus mode to AF in order to use the AF mode. After doing so, aim the camera at your target and half-press the shutter button. Now that the subject is in focus, the camera will automatically adjust its focus.

 

Why do you need to meter the light to get the right exposure.

 

What depth of field and what is the difference between shallow depth of field?

What are drive modes and metering modes?

What is exposure compensation?