Más contenido relacionado


Digital Photography 101 2016.ppt

  1. SD Andrews-2016 Digital Photography 101 Beginning Concepts for taking great pictures!
  2. SD Andrews-2016 Understanding your digital Camera - Models  Subcompact  Compact  Super Zoom  Advanced  SLR
  3. Front of Camera SD Andrews-2016
  4. Back of Camera SD Andrews-2016
  5. SD Andrews-2016 Features  Most cameras have sufficient megapixels for everyday picture taking. For editing and professional printing you need 8 to 10 megapixels  Optical Zoom vs. Digital Zoom – always go with at least 3X optical  External memory card  USB connectivity  Good flash  Easy to under buttons/features  Batteries that can be recharged  Lens can be protected  Sturdy
  6. SD Andrews-2016 Things to know  Shutter Button- Half down is focus and light adapter – always pre-focus  How to turn you flash on, auto, off, or red-eye…  Take lens cover off  If you use red-eye option, tell your subject – flash is delayed  Turn your macro function on and off – for extreme close-ups  Where the focus points are for your camera
  7. SD Andrews-2016 Taking pictures – Some tips
  8. SD Andrews-2016 Fill the Frame
  9. SD Andrews-2016 Rule of Thirds
  10. SD Andrews-2016 Rule of Thirds
  11. SD Andrews-2016 Rule of Thirds
  12. SD Andrews-2016 Macro Shots – Getting Close
  13. SD Andrews-2016 Framing
  14. SD Andrews-2016 Getting down on their level……
  15. SD Andrews-2016 Getting down on their level…..
  16. SD Andrews-2016 Interesting Angles
  17. SD Andrews-2016 Series
  18. SD Andrews-2016 People and Portraits When photographing people take shots that are either: •Whole body including feet and head •Waist up •Head shot
  19. SD Andrews-2016 Action Shots  Focus on subject and hold onto that person  Press shutter as you move and keep moving until picture is taken
  20. Grouping Pictures SD Andrews-2016
  21. SD Andrews-2016 Resolution  Use highest resolution for pictures that will be printed or cropped  Use 640X840 for web pages and power point
  22. SD Andrews-2016 Pixelization
  23. SD Andrews-2016 Your camera and the computer  Upload your pictures to a computer and erase your storage device:  Always name your folder (including data and activity)  You can use a variety of programs and online services to display and print your photos including powerpoint or an editor like pixlr
  24. SD Andrews-2016 Formats  .JPG or .JPEG– easiest format to save  .TIF – higher quality but uses more space  .JPG and .GIF are used on web sites  .RAW is highest quality but difficulty to work with
  25. SD Andrews-2016 Some tips and suggestions  Avoid mergers – telephone poles and strange objects sticking out of heads  Never shoot into a light source  Use your flash when shooting pictures in bright daylight  Low light is best for outdoor shots – early morning, late in the day, cloudy
  26. Adding Interest and Identification SD Andrews-2016
  27. SD Andrews-2016 Plan your photos  Take pictures of signs or plaques to help place your photos  Consider the background – a simple background works best  Take pictures in a series  Think of your pictures as a group or set – how could they be used?
  28. SD Andrews-2016 Plan your photos  Take lots of pictures – they won’t all be great  Take 2 shots of every person or scene every time  Overlapping 1/3 or ½ of a previous shot allows you to create a series of shots that can be stitched together
  29. Schoolwires and Web Photos  If you intend to add captions keep your subject in the top 2/3 of the picture.  Use landscape pictures unless you intend to edit. SD Andrews-2016
  30. SD Andrews-2016