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  1. Digital Photography By: Kenny Lin

  2. What are different types of camera angles? Eye-Level High Angle Low Angle Bird’s Eye Slanted

  3. List 7 different camera shots EWS (Extreme Wide Shot) VWS (Very Wide Shot) WS (Wide Shot) CU (Close Up) ECU (Extreme Close Up) Cut-In CA (Cutaway) Two-Shot

  4. What is the rule of thirds? • This rule divides the frame into nine sections, as in the first frame below. Points (or lines) of interest should occur at 1/3 or 2/3 of the way up (or across) the frame, rather than in the centre.

  5. Discuss three different types of photography. What is your favorite. Views of Earth from orbit Landscape, Cityscape Photographing objects to be converted into 3D models. My favorite photography is 3D models because it is very cool when you see it in 3D.

  6. What are the six components of the camera? Body LensAperture Shutter Viewfinder Transport

  7. What are five types of cameras? SLR (Single Lens Reflex) Viewfinder (or range finder) Twin reflex View Pinhole

  8. Why should you be clear about the subject? • You should be clear about the subject so the people will knowexactly what the picture is showing.

  9. Why do you compose the entire frame, not just the subject? • You compose the entire frame, not just the subject because it don’t looks good when you cut off something at the background.

  10. Why use different camera angles? • When you take photographs you use different camera angles because you can see the thing you are taking in different direction and expression.

  11. Why should you strive for balance? • You should strive for balance because we don’t want a picture with too much light and no contrast.

  12. Why use lines when composing your composition? • When you composing your composition you should use lines because lines can be used to direct the viewer's interest, emphasize parts of the frame, and generally create interesting effects.