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Digital Camera Modes Writing

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  1. Automatic Mode, it selects everything for you and guesses what you want instead of you being able to choose what you really want.
  2. Portrait Mode, the camera automatically selects a large aperture and blurs the background, so it focuses on the subject.
  3. Macro Mode, lets you move closer to your subject to take a close-up picture, it is great for shooting small objects
  4. Landscape Mode, the exact opposite of portrait mode, it sets the camera up with a small aperture it gives you a large depth of field.
  5. Sports Mode, used for photographing moving objects mostly used in sports, attempts to freeze the action by increasing the shutter speed.
  6. Night Mode, for shooting in low light situations, sets your camera to use a longer shutter speed to help capture details of the background.
  7. Movie Mode, captures moving images, generally new cameras come with movie mode, moving images take up more memory storage.
  8. Aperture Priority Mode, semi-automatic mode, you choose the aperture, and the camera chooses the other settings, controls the depth of field in a shot.
  9. Shutter Priority Mode, you select a shutter speed, and the camera chooses all the other settings, fast shutter speed freezes the motion, it catches it as a blur.
  10. Program Mode, gives you a little more control over some other features like flash, differs from Automatic in your model.
  11. Manual Mode, you have full control over your camera and choose everything like shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance flash, etc, you need know what you are doing and it is the hardest mode to shoot on.

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Framming Composition

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  1. Do I have strong composition? Yes, I do have strong composition because it is mainly focusing on the subject than the background.
  2. How well did I edit my photographs? I think i edited my photos pretty well although i could definitely done better.
  3. What would do I differently if I shot this assignment again? I would probably try to block most of the background because it can be distracting. Also I would find a better framer.
  4. Do you think your photographs belong on the blog on the blog home page and photo classes? I don’t think it belongs on the blog home page because I could have done better editing like making the car more sharper, less blurrier and I know others have better framing so they deserve it.

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Digital Collage All About Me

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I decided to choose the in-n-out sign because burgers are my favorite food, and they serve the best and real burgers, I in specifically order the Double with French fries and a lemonade. The sneakers, called Air Jordan 4 Retro Black Cat’s are my favorite shoes because they can match with any outfit. The apple music logo represents that I like listening to music because it keeps me calm, the the genres of music i listen to is rap and Spanish music. I choose the guitar because I like songs that involve a guitar type beat for example corrido’s, one day in the future i want to learn how to play the guitar. The rapper Lil Baby important to me because he is person I look up to and I love his music. I choose the football because it is my 2n favorite sport to watch, my favorite team is the Los Angeles Rams. The One Piece anime character Luffy because he is the main character and my favorite thing to watch on Netflix. I choose the gaming pc because you can do anything for example any online game and it gives you many more advantages, and you can also do your homework with it. The Dodge Hellcat Redeye because it has been one of my dream cars, i hope one day I will own one. I choose the iPhone because it is one of the most important things I use everyday, if its for school, messaging, calling anything.

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How to use a DSLR camera facts

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  1. DSLR stands for digital single lens reflex
  2. Resembles 35mm film cameras
  3. It has a detachable lens
  4. Prime lens, only one focal length
  5. Zoom lenses, variable focal lengths
  6. Kit lens, a basic lens with camera body in a kit
  7. A 17mm should be used for architecture, landscape
  8. A 50mm should be used for street documentary
  9. A 100m should be used for a portrait
  10. A 200mm should be used for sports
  11. A 300m should be used for birds and wildlife
  12. AF means autofocus
  13. MF means manual focus
  14. Zoom and focus are two different things don’t get them confused
  15. Metaphors for exposure, window, garden and tanning
  16. ISO means international organization for standards, number that describes film’s sensitivity to light
  17. High ISO means more sensitive to light, less light to get the right exposure
  18. Shutter speed, how long the shutter is open, higher speed to capture fast action
  19. Camera shake, occurs with a shutter speed slower than 1/focal length of a second
  20. Aperture is f-stop, smaller the number represents a larger opening
  21. Larger aperture, shallower depth of field
  22. The longer the lens, they appear to have a shallower depth of field
  23. White balance, camera setting that adjusts how colors look
  24. Modes for dummies, Full Auto (green rectangle), does everything for you
  25. The best creative zone mode is manual, you choose everything.

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On location inside natural light portraits

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Beautiful, cute, black brown black hair, light skin, blue eyes, shiny skin, eyelashes, pink lips, skinny, cloth less, curly hair, perfect eye brows, boney, make up, blushy cheeks, glorious, magnificent, splendid, adorable, attractive, healthy, pretty, gorgeous, model, clean, sharp jaw line, glossy lips.

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Portrait read and write

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  1. You can do anything as long it works for you.
  2. An image of a person.
  3. Evokes emotion.
  4. Tells us something about the person in the image.
  5. Composition is a key element.
  6. Every image has two people behind it.
  7. Photography is both an art and a science.
  8. Complex decision in photography, to identify visual storytelling potential.
  9. Decide how much time you are willing to wait until the story materializes.
  10. Include almost no background to avoid interference from the environment.
  11. Cropping in tight is allowed to cut off part of the head as long as it helps the visual story you want to tell.
  12. For it to be portrait there needs to be a person and a sense of story.
  13. By the rules composition should give the sense of power.
  14. Think about it before the creation of the frame.
  15. Sometimes by over thinking the subject might lose patience.

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Surrealism

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I choose to photoshop this picture because Cristiano Ronaldo kicking a basketball in a football NFL stadium is surrealism. Another reason why is because he should not be playing soccer in in a football stadium. He belongs in a soccer stadium and not in a football stadium because that is where he belongs. Cristiano should not be kicking around a basketball because it should be dribbled. Instead he should be kicking a soccer ball which deserves to be kicked. Also the background is blurred so it is focusing on Cristiano and the basketball with the field. It makes you think why is he there and alone because we cant see anyone else there. The amount of light on the field really make him stand out.

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Alternate Camera Angles

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