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Page 1: Cinematography 1

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How would you define a good picture

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Shall we say a good picture is one

that can hold your attentionfor a longer duration

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DSCs cost as little as Rs 4000

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

3500 A memory card of 1GB (about 750pictures) costs about Rs 400

832019 Cinematography 1

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An invertedimage is formed

inside thecamera on thelight-sensitivesurfaceLens Subject

Invertedimage formed

on the chip

he chip

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

832019 Cinematography 1

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

832019 Cinematography 1

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

832019 Cinematography 1

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

832019 Cinematography 1

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

of the camera while taking hand-heldpictures

It is possible to get sharpcrisp images atslower shutter speeds if the camera ismounted on a tripod and if the subject isstill like an inanimate object

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

The exposure can work in differentcombinations Lesser intensity can beexposed for a longer duration to getsufficient exposure or more intensity can

be exposed for a shorter period to get thesame exposure

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

832019 Cinematography 1

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

832019 Cinematography 1

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

832019 Cinematography 1

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

832019 Cinematography 1

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

832019 Cinematography 1

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

832019 Cinematography 1

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

832019 Cinematography 1

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4263

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4363

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

832019 Cinematography 1

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

832019 Cinematography 1

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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How would you define a good picture

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Shall we say a good picture is one

that can hold your attentionfor a longer duration

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DSCs cost as little as Rs 4000

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1563

A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

3500 A memory card of 1GB (about 750pictures) costs about Rs 400

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1663

An invertedimage is formed

inside thecamera on thelight-sensitivesurfaceLens Subject

Invertedimage formed

on the chip

he chip

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1763

Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1863

The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1963

A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 2063

A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 2163

At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

of the camera while taking hand-heldpictures

It is possible to get sharpcrisp images atslower shutter speeds if the camera ismounted on a tripod and if the subject isstill like an inanimate object

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

The exposure can work in differentcombinations Lesser intensity can beexposed for a longer duration to getsufficient exposure or more intensity can

be exposed for a shorter period to get thesame exposure

832019 Cinematography 1

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3163

The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3263

The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3363

Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3463

Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3563

A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3663

International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3763

ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3863

Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3963

Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

832019 Cinematography 1

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4163

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4263

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4363

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4463

Full frame APS Micro 43

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4563

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4663

832019 Cinematography 1

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832019 Cinematography 1

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4963

The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 5063

The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 5163

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832019 Cinematography 1

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 5863

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 5963

832019 Cinematography 1

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832019 Cinematography 1

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How would you define a good picture

832019 Cinematography 1

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Shall we say a good picture is one

that can hold your attentionfor a longer duration

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 863

832019 Cinematography 1

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DSCs cost as little as Rs 4000

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httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1463

Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1563

A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

3500 A memory card of 1GB (about 750pictures) costs about Rs 400

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1663

An invertedimage is formed

inside thecamera on thelight-sensitivesurfaceLens Subject

Invertedimage formed

on the chip

he chip

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1763

Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1863

The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 1963

A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 2063

A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 2163

At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

of the camera while taking hand-heldpictures

It is possible to get sharpcrisp images atslower shutter speeds if the camera ismounted on a tripod and if the subject isstill like an inanimate object

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 2263

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 2363

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832019 Cinematography 1

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

The exposure can work in differentcombinations Lesser intensity can beexposed for a longer duration to getsufficient exposure or more intensity can

be exposed for a shorter period to get thesame exposure

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 2763

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 2863

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 2963

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3163

The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3263

The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3363

Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3463

Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3563

A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3663

International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3763

ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3863

Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 3963

Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4063

Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4163

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4263

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4363

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4463

Full frame APS Micro 43

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4563

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4663

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4763

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4863

Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4963

The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 5063

The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 5163

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 5263

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

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An invertedimage is formed

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

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An invertedimage is formed

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

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REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

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judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

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An invertedimage is formed

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on the chip

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

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REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

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16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

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An invertedimage is formed

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

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12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

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ISO 1000

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

3500 A memory card of 1GB (about 750pictures) costs about Rs 400

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An invertedimage is formed

inside thecamera on thelight-sensitivesurfaceLens Subject

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on the chip

he chip

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

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REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

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judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

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An invertedimage is formed

inside thecamera on thelight-sensitivesurfaceLens Subject

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on the chip

he chip

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

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REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

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ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

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The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

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An invertedimage is formed

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

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REMEMBER The higher the number the

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

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The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

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An invertedimage is formed

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

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REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

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ISO 400

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The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

3500 A memory card of 1GB (about 750pictures) costs about Rs 400

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An invertedimage is formed

inside thecamera on thelight-sensitivesurfaceLens Subject

Invertedimage formed

on the chip

he chip

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

of the camera while taking hand-heldpictures

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

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36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

3500 A memory card of 1GB (about 750pictures) costs about Rs 400

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An invertedimage is formed

inside thecamera on thelight-sensitivesurfaceLens Subject

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he chip

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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Body A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (filmor CCD)

Lens A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recordingmedium

Aperture A method of controlling how much light reaches therecording medium

Shutter A method of controlling how long the recording medium isexposed to the incoming light

Viewfinder A way to see the image that is to be captured Transport In film cameras a method of moving the film and holding

it in the correct position

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

3500 A memory card of 1GB (about 750pictures) costs about Rs 400

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An invertedimage is formed

inside thecamera on thelight-sensitivesurfaceLens Subject

Invertedimage formed

on the chip

he chip

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

of the camera while taking hand-heldpictures

It is possible to get sharpcrisp images atslower shutter speeds if the camera ismounted on a tripod and if the subject isstill like an inanimate object

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

The exposure can work in differentcombinations Lesser intensity can beexposed for a longer duration to getsufficient exposure or more intensity can

be exposed for a shorter period to get thesame exposure

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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A beginner can very well do with a 5 MPDSC (digital still camera) with which youcan print pictures measuring up to 10 x 12inches (A4 size)

The cost of a 5MP camera now is about Rs

3500 A memory card of 1GB (about 750pictures) costs about Rs 400

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An invertedimage is formed

inside thecamera on thelight-sensitivesurfaceLens Subject

Invertedimage formed

on the chip

he chip

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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It is possible to get sharpcrisp images atslower shutter speeds if the camera ismounted on a tripod and if the subject isstill like an inanimate object

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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An invertedimage is formed

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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Small iris lets less Bigger iris letslight in more light in

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

of the camera while taking hand-heldpictures

It is possible to get sharpcrisp images atslower shutter speeds if the camera ismounted on a tripod and if the subject isstill like an inanimate object

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

The exposure can work in differentcombinations Lesser intensity can beexposed for a longer duration to getsufficient exposure or more intensity can

be exposed for a shorter period to get thesame exposure

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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The iris is located in between the lenselements

The iris blades inbetween the lens elements

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

1 sec 2 sec 4 sec 8 sec

12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

of the camera while taking hand-heldpictures

It is possible to get sharpcrisp images atslower shutter speeds if the camera ismounted on a tripod and if the subject isstill like an inanimate object

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

The exposure can work in differentcombinations Lesser intensity can beexposed for a longer duration to getsufficient exposure or more intensity can

be exposed for a shorter period to get thesame exposure

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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A shutter opens for a brief duration andcloses to make an exposure

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12 sec 14 sec 18 sec 116 sec

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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It is possible to get sharpcrisp images atslower shutter speeds if the camera ismounted on a tripod and if the subject isstill like an inanimate object

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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A slow shutter speed means the shutter isopen for a longer duration Very loosely ifthe shutter is open for a longer period than115th of a second it is working at slowspeed The shutter can also be open forlonger durations like 123 or even 30

seconds in order to make sufficientexposure

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

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REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

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At slower shutter speeds the image can getblurred if it is moving Also the entireimage will look blurred due to the instability

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

The exposure can work in differentcombinations Lesser intensity can beexposed for a longer duration to getsufficient exposure or more intensity can

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

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REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

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At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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The exposure is a combination of the irisand the shutter In other words it is thecombination of intensity and duration

The exposure can work in differentcombinations Lesser intensity can beexposed for a longer duration to getsufficient exposure or more intensity can

be exposed for a shorter period to get thesame exposure

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4363

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

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The camera lens focuses the image on thechip depending upon the distance from thecamera If the lens has focused a subject

which is at a distance of say 10ft then thesubjects which are closer or farther fromthe 10ft mark will be out of focus

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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The DSCs are capable of adjusting thefocus as well as the exposure when theshutter release button is pressed half way

down The digital display also tells you atwhat shutteriris combination the picturewill be taken

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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The photographer has to check for theshutter speed in order to get sharp imagesAny shutter speed which is more than

115th of a second will be end inblurredunsharp images

REMEMBER The higher the number the

sharper the picture is

832019 Cinematography 1

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

832019 Cinematography 1

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

832019 Cinematography 1

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

832019 Cinematography 1

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4363

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

832019 Cinematography 1

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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Slower shutter speeds are needed whenthe light is insufficient Moving the subjectto a brighter area will lead to faster shutter

speeds You can also increase the ISO attimes

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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Do not take a picture of the subject themoment you see it Just go around andsee where it looks best from Every

subject will look better from one anglecompared to another

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

composing a picture is creative which canonly be done by the photographer

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

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A well composed picture makes a goodimpact Remember there can be anyamount of automation in cameras but

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

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International organization for standards Earlierknown as ASA (American Standards Assn)ISO refers to the sensitivity of the film or the

CCDCMOS In other words a higher ISOnumber (400 compared to 100) will be able toget pictures in lesser light However as the ISOis increased the picture quality deteriorates

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

832019 Cinematography 1

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

from the right andsimilarly on the verticalwill be ideal points forcomposing in a frame A

subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the background is not brighterthan the subject

Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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ISO 400

ISO 1000

At ISO 400 the picture is lessgrainy

At ISO 1000 it is a very grainypicture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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Polaroid at ISO 50

Polaroid at ISO 400

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

832019 Cinematography 1

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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Nikon at ISO 200

Nikon at ISO 1600

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4263

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

130th of a second while shootinghandheld

Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The full-frame format

36mm x 24mm

Eg Canon DS Mark III 5D Mark II Nikon D3 D3X and D700

832019 Cinematography 1

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4363

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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The macro feature is meant for close-up photographyA flower icon pops up when it is enabledThis enables the autofocus to focus

on the subject that is veryclose to the camera Rememberthat the macro option will not workat the telephoto end The macro shouldbe disabled while taking distant pictures

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The frame should be splitinto three equal parts bothhorizontally and verticallyOne-third or two-thirds

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subject composed heremakes better impact

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Make sure the shutter speed is higher than

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Follow compositional rules before taking a

picture

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The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The APS (advanced photo system) format

16mm x 24mm

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httpslidepdfcomreaderfullcinematography-1 4363

The image quality also depends on the format sizeThere are 3 commonly used formats

The micro four-thirds format

The name is derived from the43 format of TV as the sensors

are 43 in dimension Size 13 x17 mm

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Full frame APS Micro 43

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Red eye reduction in cameras The camera fires afew flashes before the actual exposure so as toconstrict the iris in the eye thus reducing

the red eye phenomenon However keeping this onwill also drain the battery faster So it has to be used

judiciously

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