DEPTH OF FIELDS EXPLANATION

  Depth of field is the area between a photo that appears sharp. there are good depths of field. And shallow depth of Field.  Good depth of field is images that are front to back. shallow depth of field is when one subject is in focus and the background is out of focus.

ANGLES

ISO 400, 1/500, 11/1 ,0/1

 

ISO 400, 1/1600, 11/1, 0/1

I think this photo graph was successful because it looks set up so right. Like the angles and everything. The composition is good .  And the picture just goes good together. I really like how the lights blend in. I also really like this photo because ever since i was little i wanted to go to Paris. And i really think in general Paris is a very beautiful place

camera modes

automatic mode

Automatic mode doesn’t really need any explanation. Beside that it does everything for you like setting the shutter speed, Aperture , IOS , white balance , and focus. Its a great mode to work on but sometimes setting them by yourself would give you a better picture according to what you want.

Portrait mode 

When you switch your camera to portrait mode it will automatically set a small aperture. which will make the background keep out of focus. You would only use portrait mode when your taking photos of a singular subject.

Macro mode 

Micro mode is made to take close up pictures of your subject. Using this mode makes it harder to focus the camera because your so close up.

Landscape mode 

this mode is the opposite of portrait mode it has a small aperture which is a larger number. Its because you will be shooting large scenes. In this mode it might select a lower shutter speed so it is maybe needed to have a tri pod.

Sports mode

Sports mode is photography moving things. This mode higher the shutter speed to capture the picture faster and it pre focuses your camera for the shot.

night mode 

night mode helps when there is low light . where you are shooting at. so it sets the shutter speed longer

Movie mode

Movie mod captures moving images. Its a good mode for fireworks or any moving objects

 

SURREALISM

 

 

 

 

This art work above was done by Stephen Gibb. I think this surrealism artist is really talented what I lie mostly is all the color in his art work and how he makes it look fun and very creative. It looks like something you would’ve dreamed of as a kid. This is where i kind of got an idea for my surrealism work I wanted to do something dark and scary but fun so I thought of an abandoned carnival because who doesn’t like carnival’s and one of my biggest fear is being stranded in the middle of the ocean so I combined the two.

What I learned about camera exposure and camera modes.

The three main camera modes/exposure are IOS, aperture, and shutter speed. It is really important for you to be able to know how to use these camera modes. Because it determines how dark or light your picture is, or how blurry it is. Aperture means how much light you let into the camera lens which means it determines how dark your picture can be and how light it can be. Your shutter speed controls how fast the shutter closes. The slower the shutter closes the blurrier the picture is. And your IOS controls the given amount of light that goes to your camera sensor.