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Published on March 3, 2008

Author: Teresa1

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DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY:  DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY A Crash Course for Roger Williams Middle School Rule of Thirds:  Rule of Thirds Imaginary Lines are drawn dividing the image into thirds both horizontally and vertically. Important elements will be placed where lines intersect. Rule of Thirds Cont.:  Rule of Thirds Cont. Good places to put things are 1/3 of the way up, down, left and right. Using the rule of thirds helps produce nicely balanced pictures. Framing Colors:  Framing Colors Cloudy weather is great for outdoor shots. When it is sunny, Early morning/Late afternoon are best. A bad time to shoot is when it is too bright or dark outside. Bad time of day Good time of day Where Does Color Come From?:  Where Does Color Come From? White objects reflect all light. When all of the colors in a rainbow are combined, we see white. On the other hand, when all light is absorbed, and none is reflected, we see black. Color Balance and Time:  Color Balance and Time Just before dawn and at dusk, colors often appear faded or dull. During these hours when light is relatively dim, you will need to consider extra sources of light. Color Balance and Time:  Midday light on a sunny day will produce colors that appear natural and true. Watch out for harsh shadows, they can blank out an image and ruin a perfect shot. Color Balance and Time Color Balance and Time:  Early morning/late afternoon light outdoors will produce a warmer, more reddish color balance than you will get at midday. Know when to use your flash, a low light situation can look brighter to the human eye than the camera. Color Balance and Time Using Flash:  Using Flash When natural light is available flash is not necessary. On-camera flash fills in shadows, but watch our for anything reflective such as metal, windows and mirrors. Use flash when shooting a moving object or when there is poor lighting and many shadows. This will help you get a clear shot. Without Flash With Flash Lighting Effects:  Lighting Effects Lighting is even affected by the weather. Snow makes photos appear light and bright, while rain makes photos dim and dreary. Macro Photography:  Macro Photography Bigger than life-size images. Move in close and fill subject in viewfinder. Keep it steady! Buildings:  Buildings Best in early morning or evening. Sunlight should come from the side, not overhead. Find a focal point; frame whole building or particular details. People:  People Candid photos capture a scene. Try to shoot at eye level. Shoot up close for personal shots. Position the subject off center (Rule of Thirds!!) Portraits:  Portraits A good portrait is a picture that says something about the person, gives you an insight into the person's character, whether this is make believe or not. Choose the pose, viewpoint, direction that effect the mood. Fill the frame!! Camera Angles: Long Shot & Extreme Long Shot:  Camera Angles: Long Shot & Extreme Long Shot Extreme Long Shot Taken up to a quarter mile away Shows an Exterior Long Shot “Life Size” Camera Angles: Medium Shot:  Camera Angles: Medium Shot Knees/Waist Up Includes a few variations Two Shot Three Shot Over-the-Shoulder- Shot Camera Angles: Close-Up & Extreme Close-Up:  Camera Angles: Close-Up & Extreme Close-Up Close-Up Little Background, Concentrates on Details Extreme Close-up Magnifies beyond the Human Eye Camera Angles: Bird’s-Eye View:  Camera Angles: Bird’s-Eye View Directly Overhead Audience can see over a large area. Camera Angles: High Angle:  Camera Angles: High Angle Camera Above Action “Airplane” Perspective you won’t have many of these! :) Camera Angles: Eye Level:  Camera Angles: Eye Level Neutral Shot Any Position from sitting to standing Camera Angles: Low Angle:  Camera Angles: Low Angle Looking up at taller objects. Try photographing buildings at this angle. It creates drama. Camera Angles: Oblique/Canted Angle:  Camera Angles: Oblique/Canted Angle Camera is tilted Creates interesting diagonal lines, especially when close up Aperture:  Aperture Aperture refers to how much light makes it through the actual camera lens. This is useful if you want to overexpose/underexpose your photo for different effects. Elements of Aperture:  Elements of Aperture Larger apertures: Leads to more allowance of light on the film Smaller apertures: Leads to less light on the film About Camera:  About Camera Assignment: My Providence:  Assignment: My Providence Take 5 photos of the each of the following categories: Family/Home The City/Outdoors Action Close-Up

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