shooting basics

shooting basics - closer? Move around? __ Do I have the...

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Camera Basics Be sure you understand these  concepts: Exposure ISO Aperture/ f/stop Shutter speed Camera parts How to meter for exposure Hxistogram Conditions when you’ll have to  adjust your metering Camera movement Subject movement How to focus my camera Focal length Digital card Shutter lag Before I go out shooting: __ Do I have film/digital card in the camera?  __ Is it properly loaded?  __ Do I have fresh batteries? __ Is ISO set right? __ Are the quality and other settings the way I  want them? I find something to take pictures of.  __ Am I in the best location? Should I get 
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Unformatted text preview: closer? Move around? __ Do I have the right lens? __ Is subject in focus? __ Am I metering correctly? I get a meter reading. Have I adjusted it for: __ backlight or special conditions __ depth of field (aperture) __ camera movement (shutter speed 1/60 sec. or faster) __ subject movement As I take the picture: __ Am I standing solid? __ Am I squeezing without shaking the camera? __ Did I write down my settings and get caption information?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course JOUR 537 taught by Professor Mcgill during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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