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When â€˜nâ€™ how to use different camera VHWWLQJVDQGequipment to get you perfect photo o 1 Set up a tripod by first extending the legs, unlocking the first section of the tripod and extending the leg to the desired position. Then press the locking tab back into closed position and raise the center column to the right height, locking the knob on the center of the column when finished. Make sure to choose a tripod that supports the size and weight of your camera, as well as a light tripod if you plan on traveling around a lot, such as in nature photography. o
2 Mount the head on the top of the tripod. The head is a separate piece from the tripod and camera that fixes to the top screw on the tripod. First you remove the cap on the head, then place the head over the center column, aligning the screws with the hole on the head and screwing them into place with a slot screwdriver.
3 Set your camera's ISO to auto in the options menu, letting it go between the lowest and highest settings according to the available light. A lower ISO means that there is a higherquality shot potential with less noise.
4 Set your camera to shoot in high resolution if using JPEG output in your digital camera's option menu. Typically, you want to shoot in TIF and RAW formats, which allow you to shoot at the highest pixel rate available. However, if you want to shoot in JPEG, go into your digital camera's settings and choose the highest-quality setting with little compression. You might need a larger memory card if it inhabits you from capturing higher-quality photos.
5 Fill the frame of your camera as much as possible with your scene or art. You want to use up most of your available pixels while taking the shot. If you have a horizontal piece, then set your camera to shoot horizontally. If you use a 7-or-more-megapixel camera, it is best to leave room around the work so you can crop in post process.
6 Adjust your flash when you can by opening up the options menu of your camera. If you use a flash, you should use window light instead when available, or natural sunlight if you're outdoors. This allows for a much more natural shot and will not distort the contrast of your image. If you must adjust the flash, make sure that you set it to work well with your light source.
7 Set your white balance to match the light source in the shot. White balance ensures that all the white "colors" in your background show up as white in the files saved to the camera, also allowing all other colors to appear appropriately. Adjusting the white balance changes the colors of the image, so you may need to play around with the white balance a few times to see its effect on the photo with your light.
8 Snap more creative photos by trying different photo-taking techniques. You may want to alter your perspective by taking a shot overhead of the subject, or you can play with the eye contact if your subject is a person by having him look off-camera or look at something within the frame. Experiment with the lighting to create harsh photos, such as light flooding through blinds that create stripes, or under a shady tree that creates a pattern of leaves.
9 Open your files for post processing using Adobe Photoshop or GIMP. Most camera professionals use Adobe Photoshop to add finishing touches to their photos, such as cropping, lighting, resizing, color balance and so forth.
Chapter 4: photography technique Topics that will be discussed In this chapter we are going to speak about things, which can help people to improve their photography. At first they we are explaining the principles and elements of graphic design and show them through examples. Then we are doing the same things for the camera angle and length. The next thing is the utilization of the green wall through a video, which includes a screen capture of a person editing a green wall image in Photoshop and examples of edited photos. We are also speaking about different accessories can peoples use to improve the quality of the photography. And finally show how to use Photoshop with some photos of when different featured are used including before and after examples of some of the effects. Plus a screen captures videos explaining how to use some of the keys features.
Principles of design
Contrast is using to highlight one thing by a change of colour, shape, etc. It also uses the change of size, shape, colour, tone, typeface, and direction to create interest in the creation. For Example:
Proportion is the size relationship of one part to another. The size of one part of, for example this picture, hasn’t a big meaning but in comparing with another part we can say it’s too big or too small.
Balance: The formal or symmetrical balance is achieved when a line drawn through the center of the design would create two halves that are similar to one another or symmetrical. Example:
The other type of balance is the asymmetrical (informal) balance, it when everything look different but anything is obvious. Example:
Rhythm Rhythm is a repetition of form or other thing, which lead the reader’s eye in a desired direction. On this example there is tow different birds but they are repeated three times each and are looking in the same direction. Example:
Unity In design you can use a lot of different color, shapes, form, etc. to make a project but all this has to form a unity, which is good looking. Example:
Variety When you use a variety object it makes an image more visually interesting it help to capture the attention of viewers Example:
Element of design, they are tools Line is a mark with greater length than width. It is used to define shape, contours, and outlines, also to suggest mass and volume. Example:
Shape is two-‐dimensional it has height but no depth. There is three basics shapes: circle, rectangle (square) and triangle (first image), there are some other shapes which are called free formed or natural shapes (second image). Example:
Form is objects in three dimensions. Form is every shape in three dimensions. There is basic shape like circle square or square which become tube, cube, etc. Example:
Space is the area between and around objects. It creates optic illusion. Example of negative and positive space:
Texture is the appearance of surfaces. Texture also refers to the way a picture is made to look rough or smooth. Example:
Color is how the objects reflect the light. It is use to create variety. The color is the element, which attracts the eye of the viewers. Color has three main characteristics: * Hue or its name (red, green, blue, etc.) * Value (how light or dark it is) * Intensity (how bright or dull it is) Example: