P8cameraset-up - DigitalPhotoIPGY1800C CameraSetup...

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Digital Photo I   PGY1800C Camera Set-up File Formats The format with which you capture, manipulate, print and/or     send to the web, and finally to store your images can be crucial  to the outcome. There are only a few formats that are  “standard”. Formats are designated by the 3 or 4 alpha code at  the end of the file name, ie: “canyon. jpg ”, indicating a “jpg”  PSD. In this class, we’ll use jpg for smaller size and faster  loading. Image Size You can control the file size in-camera for capture of your  images. Set your camera to either the “fine” or “best” mark. ISO ISO (Int’l Standards Organization) can be changed from image  to image, allowing for low or bright light conditions. The lower  the ISO, the less sensitive the camera is to light, requiring  slower shutter speeds and/or larger aperture openings to 
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course PGY 1800c taught by Professor Hale during the Summer '11 term at Santa Fe College.

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