Depth Of Field

  1. Depth of field is the distance of the subject that the photographer is trying to capture. The Depth of field can make the background either sharp ( good), or blurry (shallow).

 

F 5.6  SS 1/160 (it had to be low cause of the light) 55 mm

F 16   ISO 1/160   18mm

 

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I feel like the camera lens of this photo was very sharp. Makes the background making the dragonfly more prominent.

My guesses: F 5.6  SS im not sure   and  around 100-200 mm

 

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I feel this photo represents a great example of good depth of field but at the same time shallow cause there’s no subject in my opinion.

The F was high and maybe 33. the SS not sure would’ve been mm probably a little close so around 40 mm.

 

 

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Depth of Field is exposed by the changing of aperture in setting on your camera. The depth of field is kind of like our eyes. You can do depth of field on any edit. The larger the aperture lenses is the shallower the depth will be. Once you know how to control the aperture you;; need to figure out how too use the shutters speed, and figure out how much depth of field you will like in your photo.

If you have a lens that are very wide these are called a fast Len. What you’ll want to think about how shallow you want the depth of field to be. If you have a very fast lens, and you open it up to its largest aperture, You’ll probably have a hard time to focus. This will make your backgrounds go too soft and make it difficult to keep the correct parts of your image in focus.

Digital Camera Modes

Automatic Mode

Helps select the best shutterspeed for your camera.

Portrait Mode

It helps select the best shutterspeed for the camera.

Macro Mode

This mode lets you move your closer into your subject to take a close up picture.

Landscape Mode

It sets the camera up with a small aperture (large number) to make sure as much of the scene you’re photographing will be in focus as possible , which gives you depth of field.

Sports Mode

Moving Objects, and usually used for sports and is designed for.

Night Mode

Is for shooting low-light shots, and it will adjust the lighting, and color’s easily for you.

Movie Mode

This camera helps capture moving photos from still ones.

Aperture Priority Mode

You choose a type of aperture and it adjusts the ISO, and shutterspeed.

Shutter Priority Mode 

Is used to get more control over shutterspeed, you can choose a type of shutterspeed and it adjusts your settings to the speed.

Program Mode

Is similar to Auto  but gives more control in flash, white balance, ISO, and more.

Manual Mode

This mode gives you flexibility for your shots.

 

Framing photos

 

 

  1. I think I have a strong composition.
  2. I think I edited my photographs alright, I just couldn’t really figure out what else i should edit, and decided just to keep it basic.
  3. What I would’ve done differently is maybe different framings, and more people in the framing so that a story could be made through the observers.
  4.  I think my photos aren’t the best examples for future students to come, but in the end its the teacher’s opinion of this.

 

 

Collage about me

 

Kermit the frog is one of the inside jokes me and my friends have with each other, which is why I decided to add it to my collage. My first-ish anime was “Your Lie in April”. My favorite animes as of right now is Jujutsu Kaisen and demon slayer. My favorite artist’s as of right now would be the weekend, and Steve lacy.  I also really enjoy Marvel comics as as well as the movies!! Love binging them with my friends when its  movie night, while drinking Boba.

I do track and field and love the sport, I also enjoy the book called “the silent patient”. The plot twist at the end is insane, and the book brings me chills every time. My favorite game I have downloaded was life is strange 2, talks about global issues, mental issue, and has a overall great message. I enjoy baking mostly, but cooking is fun too. I like taking photos of nature, and love growing plants. I like learning new things in math and biology.  And last but not least, although I’m not a fan of being on my phone all day, the app I’ve been on the most recently is Tik Tok.

DSLAR

DSLAR stands for “Digital Single Lens Reflex”

there are prime and zoom lenses

prime lenses focus on focal length

Zoom lenses focus on variable focus length

Camera’s have an imagine sensor and a Nodal point

focal lengths can be used for many different types of photos windowgarden hose tanning

shutter speed: how long the shutter is openon the Canon T6i ranges from 
30” (seconds) to 1/4000 of a second

shutters speed helps control the blurriness of the photo​

The shutter in a camera is half a circle

your shutter speed should be double your frame

camera shake: occurs with a shutter

aperture is the f-step

focal lengths can be used for many different types of photos windowgarden hose tanning

shutter speed: how long the shutter is openon the Canon T6i ranges from 
30” (seconds) to 1/4000 of a second

shutters speed helps control the blurriness of the photo​

The shutter in a camera is half a circle

your shutter speed should be double your frame

camera shake: occurs with a shutter

aperture is the f-step

 

 

 

 

 

How to create portraits

  • The photo has to tell a story.
  • Needs to have a person In the photo.
  • has to be infront of a window to get a good shot
    4.Identify visual storytelling potential
    5. Central composition
    6.Try to create a story
    7. Good portrait photography is an outcome of a thinking process
    8.Over-thinking the subject might lose patience
    9. Focus on the eyes
    10. Adding a background can tell a story
    11. Shoot away from natural light to give the person a better appearance
    12. The subject is in the center of the frame is balanced
    13.It is okay to crop parts of the person to tell the story
    14. Try to take different pictures
    15. Take at least 20 pictures.

Surrealism

 

 

 

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I like this photo because it has the earth in the background which is kind of trippy. I also like this photo because it kind of gets me thinking, like I thought that the earth replaces the moon or maybe the sun because it is behind the clouds.  I also like how the ocean is bubbling up in a way because  it makes the photo look cool. Another thing I loved about this photo was the color and how this photo looks like it is a painted portrait, but really its only a picture with a filter on it. I think that this photo represents freedom in a way.