frame

mode- manual aperture-f/8 ISO- 400 lens length- f/ 3.5-5.6 focal- 55.00 mm

mode- manual aperture- f/8 ISO- 400 Lens Length- f/ 3.5- 5.6 Focal-55.00 mm

I used manual mode for both of the photos. I used manual mode because I found it easier to use and so I can focus the lens on my own. I think I did have a strong composition on the photos. I think I edited the photos pretty well. I like how I made one with color and the black and white. They both have a different picture on my phone. I think the things I would different if i shot this assignment again I would use a different frame and shot something else. i think my photo’s shouldn’t be in the blog home page because they don’t look as good as all the other photos in the photo classes.

action motion

mode- action aperture- f/8 shutter speed- 1/3200 sec ISO-400 lens length- f/3.5-5.6 focal- 55.00 mm

mode- action aperture- f/9 shutter speed- 1/3200 sec ISO- 400 lens length- f/3.5-5.6 focal- 55.00 mm

mode- action aperture- f/20 shutter speed- 1/4 sec ISO- 400 lens length- f/3.5-5.6 focal- 20.00 mm

mode- action aperture- f/22 shutter speed- 1/4 sec ISO- 400 lens length- f/3.5-5.6 focal- 20.00mm

file formats

JPEG-  They are essentially used to store as many pictures.

TIFF- it has a lot bigger and takes up space.

RAW- it requires a lot of memory cards.

DNG- it was created by adobe. its offered as a raw file.

PNG- this format was designed in the 90’s. It is ideal for the use in the internet.

GIF- its is also a ideal use on the internet. they offer to keep the transparency.

BMP- this format was invented by Microsoft. it provides a high-quality digital file.

PSD- this format gives a far by greater flexibility. you can add separate layers. once it is flatten it merges the layers.

camera angles

mode: manual

aperture: f/8

shutter speed: 1/1250 sec

ISO:400

lens length: f/3.5-5.6

focal: 55.00 mm

mode: manual

aperture: f/8

shutter speed: 1/1250 sec

ISO:400

lens length: f/3.5-5.6

focal: 55.00 mm

mode: manual

aperture: f/8

shutter speed: 1/2500 sec

ISO:400

lens length: f/3.5-5.6

focal: 55.00 mm

mode: manual

aperture: f/8

shutter speed: 1/2500 sec

ISO:400

lens length: f/3.5-5.6

focal: 55.oo mm

 

camera modes

Manual- with this mode you have full control over the camera. You can get your shots on how you wish.

Automatic- it tells your camera on how to get the best judgement. It gives you a nice result.

Portrait- it chooses the largest aperture. It keeps your background out of focus.

Macro- it lets you take close up pictures. You wouldn’t want to have the flash on when taking a close up picture.

Landscape- it makes sure that the picture your taking is being focus as much as possible.

Action- it works with moving objects.

Night- this mode uses a longer shutter speed to capture some details in background but it also uses the flash to illuminate the subject.

Movie- this mode captures still and moving images.

compassion

shadow

mode: manual
aperture: f/7.1
shutter speed: 1/2000 sec
ISO: 400
lens length: f/3.5-5.6
focal: 27.00 mm
mode: manual
aperture: f/7.1
shutter speed: 1/2000 sec
ISO: 400
lens length: f/3.5-5.6
focal: 18.00 mm

I like how the shadows of the people with the cards spell the word love. I also like how the middle of the words has texture. The way the shadows has texture in the middle. The way the background is a different color than the shadow. how the person took the picture in front of the people that had the cards.

texture

Size 5.7 MB
Dimensions 5184×3456
Shot 1/640 sec. f/4 27mm
ISO-400
canon EOS Rebel T6
Size 6.7MB
Dimensions 5184×3456
Shot 1/1000 sec f/5 39mm
ISO- 400
canon EOS Rebel T6
size 5.6MB
Dimensions 5184×3456
shot 1/2000 sec
ISO-400
canon EOS Rebel T6
Including Texture in Your Photography – Posterjack
I like the texture of the tree. I also like the way the ladybugs bold red color against the tree. How the photographer captured the texture of both the tree and the ladybug. The way the trees colors aren’t so bold like the ladybugs color. How the trees texture shows up in the photo.

what I learned about camera expose

I learned how the shutter works. I learned how the aperture lets the amount of light. The shutter speed controls the duration of the photo. I also learned that the ISO sensors with the amount of light that is given. The ISO speed shows how sensitive the camera is to the light that is coming in. The shutter speed determines when the sensor will open and close. The aperture settings let how much light can go through the camera lens.