Sharp and Blurred Motion Understanding

The best tip for capturing motion blur is to select a longer or slower shutter speed. The slower your subject, the slower the shutter speed needs to be to create blur. This will cause your camera‚Äôs shutter to remain open for a longer period creating a blurred effect as camera shake will occur along with…

Depth of Field Explained

Depth of field is a useful composition choice that determines how much of the picture is in focus. When the background is blurry with the subject in focus, this is a shallow depth of field. However, when the whole photo is in focus, this is a deep depth of field. Depth of field is useful…

Camera Modes

Automatic Mode: selects shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, focus, and flash to take the best shot that it can Portrait Mode: the camera automatically selects a large aperture which helps to keep your background out of focus/sets a narrow depth of field ensuring your subject is the only thing in focus Macro Mode: lets…

Collage About Myself

  My collage is a visual representation of myself and the things I enjoy. I decided to include a few of my favorite albums from artists I enjoy listening to such as Drake, Steve Lacy, and Bad Bunny. I love all different types of music except country, which I only listen to two songs that…

DSLR Intro Assignment

Digital cameras have mirror systems inside. DSLR cameras have detachable lenses. Prime lenses only have one focal length. Zoom lenses have variable focal lengths. Kit lenses are basic lenses that come with a camera body in a “kit” and are usually inexpensive. 100mm lenses are usually used for portraits. 200mm plus are used for sports,…

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