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  • Writer's pictureNicole Pollard

Jan. 29th- Exposure And TV Mode

Updated: Jan 30

1.Spitball- Holocaust Remembrance




2. Macbook Clean Up


Follow along for a little Macbook cleanup.



  • Move all .jpg/png/HEIC/psd files to either Myalbum.com OR your Google Drive. (Please remember that your school Drive will disappear when you graduate, so you. may want to use your personal google account.)

  • Delete all files you don't keep!

  • Empty your trash can!

  • Close Photoshop

  • Close Chrome


3. Shooting In TV Mode


OBJECTIVE: STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND HOW APERTURE, SHUTTER SPEED AND ISO AFFECT EXPOSURE.

What is exposure?

In the simplest terms, exposure is: “is the total amount of light allowed to fall on the photographic medium during the process of taking a photograph.” When you think of the craft or art of photography, you must immediately think of exposure. Exposure is a critical element that determines what is actually recorded on film or the image sensor.

TOO MUCH LIGHT WILL "OVEREXPOSE" YOUR IMAGE, TOO LITTLE LIGHT WILL "UNDEREXPOSE"



Check out this camera simulator to see what I mean.








Pair up as we head outside. Shoot your windmill in these various exposure times:


10"


3"2


0"3


1/10


1/30


1/100


1/320


1/1000


1/3200


1/4000


Throw your photos in a collage in Canva and submit to Schoology in "Windmill TV Mode." Each image in your collage should be labeled with the exposure time. The link for the specific collage is in Schoology.



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