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Shutterspeedandaperture powerpoint

  1. 1. •What do they do? •Why do we need them? •Adding to the ‘toolbox’ Shutter Speed and Aperture
  2. 2. Shutter speed is simply a measure of how long the shutter stays open when you take your picture.  • shutter speed is measured in fractions of seconds. • the faster the shutter speed, the less light will hit the film.
  3. 3. Stop action Blurred action Panned action
  4. 4. Stop action • subject and background are frozen • fast shutter speed (1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 second) • peak of action
  5. 5. Blurred action • blurred subject, frozen background • slow shutter speed (1/15, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2 second) • brace the camera!
  6. 6. Panned action • frozen subject, streaked background • slow shutter speed (1/15, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2 second) • camera moves with the moving subject
  7. 7. Panning Move the camera with the subject as it crosses the field of view of your camera, and you snap the shot as you move the camera with the subject.
  8. 8. 1/15th second Panning 1/60th second 1/30th second
  9. 9. Panning
  10. 10. Aperture size is measured in f-stops. F-stops represent the amount of light going into the camera. The higher the f-Stop number, the less light. Aperture (lens opening)
  11. 11. Lens aperture controls Depth of Field Great depth of field large range of distances in focus Shallow depth of field limited range of distances in focus
  12. 12. Aperture and shutter speed: both control the amount of light that reaches the film for an exposuren The faster the shutter speed is, the less light will hit the film. 2 4 8 15 30 60 125 250 500 1000 The higher the f-stop number, the less light will hit the film
  13. 13. Photo Narrative Make a series of photographs that depict a scene or event which could be real or imagined. Turn in three photographs in a narrative series. •One photo must show stopped action using a fast shutter speed. •One photo must show blurred action using a slow shutter speed. •One photo must show panned action using a slow shutter speed. Each image must represent the beginning, middle, or end of the series.
  14. 14. Duane Michals The Boogey Man
  15. 15. Duane Michals- I build a pyramid
  16. 16. Duane Michals- The Human Condition
  17. 17. Duane Michals- Chance Meeting
  18. 18. Duane Michals- I remember the argument
  19. 19. Duane Michals- Whoever you are
  20. 20. Student work – San Francisco University High School
  21. 21. Student work – San Francisco University High School
  22. 22. Student work – San Francisco University High School
  23. 23. Student work – San Francisco University High School
  24. 24. Student work – San Francisco University High School
  25. 25. Student work – San Francisco University High School

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  • Fast=500, 1000, 2000, (1/1000 of a second) slow=2,4,8,15 (1/2 of a second)
  • Stop action- fast shutter speed, subject and background frozen
  • Stop action- fast shutter speed, subject and background frozen
  • Henri cartier bresson- french, died in 2004, the decisive moment- Stop action- fast shutter speed, subject and background frozen—black line around all prints- didn’t make own prints
  • Stop action- fast shutter speed, subject and background frozen
  • Stop action- fast shutter speed, subject and background frozen
  • Stop action- fast shutter speed
  • Bresson- friend of Giacometti- sculptor, Blurred action- slow shutter speed- subject blurred, background focused
  • Panning- frozen subject, slow shutter speed, streaked background
    Panning- frozen subject, slow shutter speed, streaked background
  • Danny Lyons- traveled with bikers. How human they were. Diff way of living but can still connect with them.
  • Gary winogrand- you can see all 22 players, wide angle lens, 20,000 rolls of film in apt. when died- exposed but not printed yet
  • Stop action
  • Blurred action
  • Stop action
  • Stop action
  • Stop action
  • Blurred action
  • Stop action
  • Stop action
  • Laura Gilpin, American, Colorado 1891- 1979, children playing
  • Laura Gilpin, American, Colorado, 1891- 1979
  • panning
  • An aperture is defined as the hole in the lens through which light travels to strike the film or paper.
  • 1970’s photographer who worked with photographs in series to create a narrative.
  • Student work from san francisco university high school
  • Student work from san francisco university high school
  • Student work from san francisco university high school
  • Student work from san francisco university high school
  • Student work from san francisco university high school
  • Student work from san francisco university high school
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