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  1. West Forsyth HighPhotography Overview Cameras, Creativity, & Technique

  2. Cameras, Creativity, & Technique • Cameras we will use in photography • 35mm • Pinhole • Digital and camera phone • Creative tips and ideas • Rule of thirds • Design Elements • Breaking the rules • Technique and skills on taking creative pictures • How to use light • Cropping and editing • planning

  3. Types of Cameras • 35mm • Automatic • Manual SLR • Digital • Point and Shoot • dSLR (Single Lens Reflex) • Pinhole • Medium and Large Format • Camera Phone • Many others not explored here

  4. Pinhole • Creates a negative image • Camera Obscura

  5. 35 MM Film Camera • Single Lens Reflex-manual settings • Point and shoot-automatic process • Polaroid-instant development

  6. Digital & Camera Phone • Canon • Nikon • Penetax • Fuji • Olympus • Leica

  7. How cameras work • Single Lens Reflex (SLR) • images are reversed and upside down • Images are more clear and balanced based on manual or digital settings • Point and shoot • What you see is what you get • No way to balance or edit the shot ahead of time • Manual vs digital imprint (film/card) • Manual-exposure of a negative on film strip • Digital-exposure on an SD card

  8. Image Processing • Darkroom • Negative to positive • Film or paper exposure • Print to paper • Develop using chemicals (Fixer, Stop bath, Dektol, water) • Camera to computer • Images exposed on a digital SD card • Images transferred to the computer for manipulation

  9. Darkroom • Chemical process • Developer • Fixer • Stop bath • Water/wash • Enlarger to shoot images • Camera on a base • Manipulation manually

  10. Digital images • Digital process exposure • Computer based editing • Easy process • Easy manipulation

  11. Plan out every photoshoot • Research each idea you have • Look through images to get ideas • Print out and save images • Write about your thought process • Discuss details • Make phone calls and face-to-face contact with your subject or background • Collect materials and setup the shot ahead of the scheduled shoot

  12. Shooting Skills • Learning your own camera • Manual settings • Additional settings • Comfort in holding the camera, adjustments • Creating a great composition • Lighting • Cropping • Rule of thirds • Planning

  13. Learning your camera • Manual settings • F-stop • Aperture • Lighting • Additional settings • Running/fast mode • Portrait mode • Comfort in holding the camera, adjustments • Strap length • Holding the camera

  14. Composition • Lighting • Rule of Thirds • Cropping

  15. Lighting • Natural Light • Spot lighting • Fill Light

  16. Editing & Alternative processes • Photoshop • Dodge and Burn • Blur • Vignette • Sepia Tone dye • Cyanotype dye • Photo transfer

  17. Display of Image • Mounting • Social media • Instagram • Flickr • Pinterest • Gallery or museum

  18. Review • The camera • The process • The outcome