Farhana Yasmin Digital Photography Period-4
Before I came into digital photography class, the most I knew about photography was that you point at whatever you want to take a picture of and then you shoot. After I took this class I have learned that there is countless more factors involved in taking a good picture. The first I thing I learned in photography were the different parts of it. I also learned the difference between a DSLR and a point and shoot camera. Then I learned that in a picture different types of elements are involved such as color, value, tone, intensity, space, form, shape, line etc. whatever the subject of your picture is there must be a balance of these elements or else the picture will not look good. These elements also help us focus on taking certain types of pictures. For, example, if you want to take a vibrant picture then you will have to choose a subject with different colors and how they contrast. The second thing I have learned in this class is the composition of photography. There are many things that make up a picture. For example, patterns, symmetry, texture, framing, balance, leading lines, background, cropping, negative space, depth of field, lines,etc. I also learned about the rule of thirds where the subject is anywhere in the picture but in the center. The picture is divided into nine equal segments by two vertical lines and two horizontal lines. This rule emphasizes that the subject should be placed on any of the intersecting lines or points. By using this method, the picture will look more interesting. The third thing I have learned in photography is about the exposure triangle consisting of the aperture, the ISO, and the shutter speed. The aperture is the measurement that defines the size of the opening in the lens and can be adjusted to control the amount of light reaching the digital sensor. In the third project, we viewed the differences in aperture by keeping the shutter speed and ISO the same while setting the...
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