Exposure
Aperture
Composition
Scenarios
The Camera
100
Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO
What is the 3 parts of the exposure triangle
100
How aperture is measured
F stops
100
define rule of thirds
What is the division of a picture into thirds to make a strong composition. The subject should be aligned to the guidelines and their intersecting points.
100
Change this setting to get motion blur
What is shutter speed
100
The amount of light in a photograph
What is exposure
200
Is also referred to as Iris
What is aperture
200
f/22
What is an example of a small aperture
200
The amount of space above a subjects head
What is head room
200
This technique blurs the background but not the subject
Panning
200
This tells you if you're properly exposed, underexposed of over
What is the light meter.
300
Measured in fractions of a second
What is shutter speed
300
How do you change aperture
hold "Av" as you spin the dial
300
The amount of space in front of a subjects face
What is nose room/lead room
300
What settings do I need for sports photograph (fast moving subject)
fast shutter, open iris
300
True or false, once you get your settings balanced, you can keep it the same for every situation
false
400
This setting adjusts the sensor's sensitivity to light
What is the ISO
400
Two things aperture impacts
What is What is amount of light and depth of field
400
What are leading lines
lines in the composition that tell your eyes where to go.
400
You want a fast shutter speed and the aperture is as open as it can go but your photograph is UNDERexposed. What do you do?
Increase your ISO
400
What does DSLR stand for
Digital single reflex lens
500
___will give you a deep depth of field
What is a low f/stop
500
What are the building blocks of all art
The elements of art
500
I want to show motion blur but my picture is coming out all blurry, what am I doing wrong
shutter is too slow, not using a tripod or didn't focus the camera.
500
What model camera are we learning
Canon Rebel t3i
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