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8_InsideOut-3 - INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY 21: 080: 261...

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INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY 21: 080: 261 PROJECT 8: INSIDE OUT PAGE 1 of 3 1. This project absolutely requires that the camera be very securely anchored on a tripod. 2. Find a location where you have a direct view of a strong light source, like a window. Ask someone to sit or stand in front of the window facing the camera. BEFORE GOING ANY FURTHER LOOK AT THE EXAMPLE PICTURES ON PAGE 3. Note that your final picture for this assignment does NOT have you in it. Your final picture has someone else in it. 3. The camera settings are: A. Put the shooting mode on PROGRAM or MANUAL. You cannot do this project with your camera if you cannot adjust the exposure of your picture. If you only have AUTO then you must use one of the school cameras. B. Turn OFF THE FLASH. C. Set the ISO to about 200 or so. D. Locate the options in your camera where you can CHANGE THE AMOUNT OF LIGHTNESS AND DARKNESS OF YOUR PICTURE. This is called over and underexposure of a picture. Look for plus (+) and minus (-) signs to appear on a sliding scale in your viewfinder. Usually, as you adjust this, you will see your LCD image on your viewfinder
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