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LEAP Volume 1 Issue 6

SHUTTER SPEED AND THE JUMP CHALLENGE WITNESS OUR

GALLERY SPACE AND WHY

IT’S SO IMPORTANT TO SHOOT IN MANUAL SETTING

APRIL 2019

CELEBRATE OUR SCHOLARS WHO MOVED UP IN THEIR LENS CLASS.


TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover photo credit by Kamybelle Rodriguez

Mood lighting

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Aperture

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Shutter speed

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Jump challenge

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Gallery Spase

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editor’s page Another class, and more amazing shots. These photos represent the rigors of the different benchmarks that our scholars had to perform during our Photography class. you must keep in mind as you look through this magazine that there are far more photos that could’ve been in it. However, we just don’t have enough space for this particular magazine. The benchmarks that these photographers had to accomplish in the class were, mood lighting, shallow depth of field, aperture priority, working with one’s command dial, working with the focusing point, Working with a control dial, Shutter speed, ISOs, focal length, histogram, working in black and white as well as color, working with reflectors and creating a photo studio while producing a

photo shoot. The scholars perform admirably. The ideal for this year was to teach the scholars how to control a camera completely manual. That means from no assist from the camera. to the scholars just required creative thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity. A couple of our scholars from JBA moved up in rank from regular lens to silver lines. The scholars are Fabian Pena, Michelle Osorio, Kamybelle Rodriguez, Destiny Aybar, David Mexquitila, Janelle Asare, Christian Alcantara, Joshua Santigo, Jeymy Melo, and Samantha Reyes. this ranking means that they’re competent within their camera abilities and can be looked at as leaders of their groups. The next lens level up is the gold lens category scholars can perform their own independent projects for their portfolios. There are already a couple scholars of who are on the radar for that. The next issue that will be out is in the middle of June. So get ready. ​


MOOD LIG


GHTING


So what is mood lighting? How does it affect my photo? The idea of this class was to help students understand wherever you put your focusing point, this will create a mood in the photo. A kind of play on lighting. For example, if you move your multi-selector button to move your focusing point to a later part of your subject, the photo will become darker. But, if you move it towards the darker portion of your subject, The photo becomes lighter. Here is a great representative of scholar work in the mood lighting.


APERTU THE OPENING OF...

To change your aperture is to change how dark or light your photo is. The F- stops also play a role in it because it changes how much light enters into the camera which makes the photo lighter or darker. The lightest F- stop is 3.5 and the darkest is 22. This affects your photo by giving it mood or even making the photo too dark to be seen. Those play a factor in the aftermath of the quality of the photo. Destiny Aybar

When you change your aperture you are changing the amount of light entering the camera. It affects your photo due to the fact that the photo is being exposed by light. The f-stop is great for making the photo more lighter or more darker. Using an improper f-stop can produce a blurry photo. Jimmy Barbecho


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Question: What is a good reason to use either shallow or deeper depth of field? Response: One good reason to use a shallow depth of field is to isolate the subject from its environment. Using a maximum depth of field is best when using a wide-angle lens. With a small aperture, this keeps everything in the foreground and background in focus. Kamybelle Rodriguez


The shutter speed is important becauseyou can capture a fast moving subject. Plus, it will also show how bright your photo is going to be. The angle that you take the photo in is important. Last, there is a command control dial that you will need to maneuver for shutter speed on your camera. Joshua Santiago

SHUTTER JUMP CHALLENGE


R SPEED


GALLERY I like these photos because I just like how there so clean and clear, the elements of the black and white and even more is the texture of the photos. Also, I like the details of the photos. Fabian Pena ​


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ISO is a control that you can change in your camera that helps your photo get brighter or lessen the light. For example, if you increase it, it gets brighter and lower it, it gets darker. Working in the wrong ISO setting can make it blurry. Samantha Reyes


The purpose of the histogram is to help your photo out. For instance, it tells you when your photo is too overexposed or underexposed . in addition, it helps with your shutter speed and how fast your shutter should be. Last, it helps you with your f stops. You can find your histogram on the side of your photo review on the LCD display in the back of the camera. Michelle Osorio


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