I have two goals for today! Demystify digital cameras and their settings Share ideas for using digital cameras in your classroom How does your camera “see” the world? Through the lens! Zoomed out Zoomed in Macro? *Zoomed out* How your camera sees the world
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Through the lens!
The distance in front of and beyond your subject that appears in focus
(i.e. zoomed ~half way in)
(i.e. zoomed all the way in)
(among other things)
*Doubling the ISO cuts the shutter speed in half*
Shutter Spd: 1/2 sec.
Shutter Spd: 1/64 sec.
Illuminates a scene for between 1/2000 and 1/30,000th of a second
Trisha is going to scoot across the room. Your job is to take a picture where she appears in sharp focus, yet the background is blurry.
Camera SettingsPreset: Try Landscape or Slow ShutterISO: 50 or 100Flash: OFF
Camera Settings and Technique
Pair off - each pair grab one cup and one spoon. Choose a person to fill the cup with water.
Images from: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Olympus/7123/jack.html
Become an animal
Who’s in charge here?
Samples from: http://zonezero.com/magazine/essays/diegotime/time.html
and the familiar strange
Photos courtesy of Punya Mishra http://punya.educ.msu.edu
(Found in Nature)
For complete lesson plans, take a look at:
By Bryan Peterson
The Art of Outdoor Photography
By Boyd Norton