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What are the 3 factors that control exposure?. 3 factors that control exposure. Aperture. 3 factors that control exposure. Aperture Shutter speed. 3 factors that control exposure. Aperture Shutter speed ISO or film speed. Aperture. 2.8 4 5.6 8 11 16 22. Aperture. 2.8 4 5.6 8

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3 factors that control exposure3

3 factors that control exposure

Aperture

Shutter speed

3 factors that control exposure4

3 factors that control exposure

Aperture

Shutter speed

ISO or film speed

aperture
Aperture

2.8

4

5.6

8

11

16

22

aperture6
Aperture

2.8

4

5.6

8

11

16

22

Memorize this!

aperture7
Aperture
  • What’s the effect of using a small aperture (such as f 16)?
  • What’s the effect of using a wide aperture (ie. f 2.8)?
shutter speed
Shutter Speed

1 second

1/2 sec.

1/4

1/8

1/15

1/30

1/60

1/125

1/250

1/500

1/1000

+(depending on your camera)

shutter speed9
Shutter Speed

1 second

1/2 sec.

1/4

1/8

1/15

1/30

1/60

1/125

1/250

1/500

1/1000

+(depending on your camera)

Memorize this!

shutter speed10
Shutter Speed
  • What’s the effect of using a slow shutter speed?
  • What’s the effect of using a fast shutter speed?
what is a stop12
What is a STOP?
  • Page 18:
  • The term stop refers to a change in camera settings of either the shutter speed or the aperture.
what is a stop13
What is a STOP?
  • Page 18:
  • The term stop refers to a change in camera settings of either the shutter speed or the aperture.
  • Giving one stop more exposure results in ???
what is a stop14
What is a STOP?
  • Page 18:
  • The term stop refers to a change in camera settings of either the shutter speed or the aperture.
  • Giving one stop more exposure results in double the amount of light reaching the film (see page 25 if you are unsure about this!)
step by step
Step by step
  • Load film
  • Set ISO
  • Focus on subject
  • Get a meter reading
  • Set exposure
  • Shoot!
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PHOTOGRAPHY WORKFLOW

Shoot = Expose film

Idea

slide18

PHOTOGRAPHY WORKFLOW

Shoot = Expose film

Process film

Idea

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PHOTOGRAPHY WORKFLOW

Shoot = Expose film

Process film

Idea

Contact print from negs

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PHOTOGRAPHY WORKFLOW

Shoot = Expose film

Process film

Idea

Contact print from negs

Image Decisions

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PHOTOGRAPHY WORKFLOW

Shoot = Expose film

Process film

Idea

Contact print from negs

Image Decisions

Work Prints

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PHOTOGRAPHY WORKFLOW

Shoot = Expose film

Process film

Idea

Contact print from negs

Image Decisions

Work Prints

Final Print

standard film sizes
Standard Film Sizes

35 mm

2 1/4 inches(aka 6 x 6 cm)

4x5 inches

8x10