Terminology
Settings
scenarios
random camera
Yearbook
100
part of the lens that opens and closes to start and stop the picture process.
What is the shutter?
100
This setting should be avoided if you know anything about taking pictures and want to get good photos.
What is auto?
100
It's a nice sunny day and you are outside, so you would set the ISO to this number.
What is 100?
100
Use this attachment to help eliminate camera shake.
What is a tripod?
100
This is the best photo you have and typically the biggest photo on the spread.
What is a dominant photo?
200
refers to the size of the opening in the lens that allows light in.
What is the aperture?
200
This setting gives you complete control over the camera.
What is the manual setting?
200
Your picture is blurry but the lighting is okay. You would adjust "this" from 1/4 to 1/250 for example.
What is the shutter speed?
200
This refers to the art of setting up a picture
What is composition?
200
This is the word or phrase that acts as a unifying bond throughout the book. Everything from designs to headlines reflect this.
What is the theme?
300
refers to the sensitivity to light
What is ISO?
300
This setting is used when you want to take action pictures and need to focus on freezing the action.
What is shutter priority?
300
Your picture looks focused and the lighting is good, but it looks very grainy. You would have to adjust "this" down.
What is ISO?
300
This camera brand is Mr. Korman's favorite and he has more of these cameras
What is Canon?
300
This is two pages that face each other and are on the same topic. They are completed together as one.
What is a Double Page Spread (DPS)?
400
This refers to the area of a picture that is in focus.
What is depth of field?
400
This setting is used when you want to determine how much of the picture is in focus.
What is aperture priority?
400
You want to make sure the volleyball player is in focus when she jumps and hits the ball. When you look at the photo she is frozen but the picture is really dark. You can try to adjust these two settings.
What are aperture and ISO?
400
This is the name for graininess in pictures.
What is Noise?
400
Phrases that support the theme slogan through word choice or concept. Hardcore Action for sports is an example
What are spinoffs?
500
This is the term used when refering to the aperture number settings on the camera.
What is f-stop?
500
This is the slowest shutter speed you can go to before you need to worry about pictures getting blurry due to hand shake
What is a shutter speed equal to the length of the lens?
500
You want to make the background really blurred and only have the one flower in focus, you should adjust my good camera lens to this aperture setting (lowest mine goes).
What is f1.8
500
This number is the smallest aperture setting on the camera lenses we've been using.
What is f22?
500
This is a unit of measurement equivalent to 1/6th of an inch.
What is a Pica?
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