TO PASS THE LOCATION UNIT 30 PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN YOUR OWN WORDS FROM TODAY’S LESSON. PRINT OUT WALLET SIZED PRINTS OF YOUR EXPERIMENTS:
· Explain what shutter speed is on a DLSR camera
· What part of the camera changes shutter speed? What different settings can you have it on?
· What differing effects can be achieved using differing shutter speeds ? Please give examples using your photographs you have taken today ?
· What does changing the shutter speed affect also on the camera?
· When do you think you would use fast shutter speed and when would you use slow shutter
· Give an example for each from your experiments today.
DEPTH OF FIELD
· When would you need to use a tripod ?
· What are the shutterspeed settings that can be selected ?
· What does ISO affect ?
· When would you use a high ISO?
· When would you use a low ISO?
APERTURE F NUMBERS
· What does this affect?
· When would you use a large aperture?
· When would you use a small aperture?
· Show your experiments with depth of field in wallet size prints and label the f stops you were experimenting with.
· For your aperture exercise, explain what you did next to your wallet prints.
· Can you talk about what Adobe Bridge software, Photoshop and what this allows you to do to your photographs?
· Can you show some screenshots of the details of photographs you have taken today whilst on Adobe Bridge?
THIS WEEK: With your knowledge of the workings of a camera, now show your experimentation within your objects connected to your chosen life cycle. Take a set of 10 relevant photographs of objects or people for life cycles that shows your understanding of shutter speed and depth of field, and takes advantage of different lighting conditions on LOCATION. Annotate next to these wallet prints telling us what you have done.