Photography 102 - Master Your DSLR - San Diego Photography Classes

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  1. 1. Photography 102
    Mastering Your Camera
  2. 2. Brought to you by:
    Jason Kirby
    Owner of The Right Light Photography
    Instructor for
    San Diego Photography Classes
    http://www.SanDiegoPhotographyClass.com
  3. 3. Brought to you by:
    Rob Szajkowski (shy-cows-ski)
    Freelance Commercial Photographer
    http://www.balancedigital.com
    Instructor for
    San Diego Photography Classes
    http://www.SanDiegoPhotographyClass.com
  4. 4. Introductions
    Whatwould you like to get out of this class?
    What kind of camera do you have?
    What type of photos are you interested in taking?
  5. 5. Your Camera
    Compact/P n Sor DSLR
  6. 6. Lets Get Started!
  7. 7. Exposure Modes
  8. 8. Camera Dial
    Canon DialNikon Dial
  9. 9. Programs
    Camera Select Both Shutter & Aperture
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  16. 16. Shutter priority
    S or TV Mode on your camera
    You Select The Shutter Speed
    Your cameras light meter will evaluate the light and select the aperture
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  19. 19. Aperturepriority
    A or AV Mode on your camera
    You Select The Aperture
    Your cameras light meter will evaluate the light and select the shutter speed
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  22. 22. Manual aMode
    You Select The Aperture and
    the Shutter Speed
    Your cameras light meter will evaluate the light and let you know when you got the right exposure
  23. 23. Understand Exposure
  24. 24. Four Variable to Consider
    Visualize what you want to shoot
    Brightness of the scene
    How long and how much
    The sensitivity of your sensor
  25. 25. 1. The brightness of the scene
    Measured by your cameras light meter
  26. 26. Light Meter
  27. 27. 2. Combination variables
    HOW LONG
    HOW MUCH
    Shutter speed
    Aperture
  28. 28. 2. Combination variables
    HOW LONG
    Shutter speed
    Measured in time values
  29. 29. Fast Shutter Speed = 1/4000th of a second
    (outdoors with lots of sunlight)
    Medium Shutter Speed = 1/250th of a second
    (indoors or outdoors, it is the max shutter speed when using a flash)
    Slow Shutter Speed = 1/10th of a second
    (usually indoors with low light)
  30. 30. Stoppingorblurring
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  38. 38. Shutter Speed
    Hands On Activity!
    Lets Go Outside!
    Time For Some Football
  39. 39. 2. Combination variables
    HOW MUCH
    Aperture
    Measured in aperture values or
    f-stops
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  47. 47. Aperture
    Hands On Activity!
    Lets Shoot Some Objects!
    Work on Depth of Field
  48. 48. 3. Sensitivity of the sensor
    Measured in ISO
  49. 49. The Digital Sensor
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  52. 52. ISO Comparison
  53. 53. 100 ISO vs 6400 ISO
    Aperture=f/9
    Shutter Speed = 1/320th
    Aperture=f/2.8
    Shutter Speed = 1/30th
  54. 54. ISO
    Hands On Activity!
    Stay in Your Seats For This One
    Too Dark? Brighten it up
  55. 55.
  56. 56. Camera Dial
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  61. 61. Over & Under Exposure Compensation+/-
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  68. 68. Changing the cameras metering system
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  78. 78. Exposure Bracketing
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  82. 82. Bracketing
    Hands On Activity!
  83. 83. On Camera Flash
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  85. 85.
  86. 86. On Camera Flash
    Hands On Activity!
  87. 87. Dont Forget
    Practice, Practice, Practice
    Share, Critique, Enjoy
  88. 88. Class Picture
  89. 89. Evaluations
  90. 90. Post Your Photos
  91. 91. Questions

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