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9_LookthruAt(1) - INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY 21: 080: 261...

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INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY 21: 080: 261 page 1 of 4 PROJECT 9: LOOKING THROUGH/ LOOKING AT How to fool the camera into changing focus 1. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS ALL THE WAY TO THE END CAREFULLY. WORK IN PAIRS WITH AT LEAST ONE PARTNER. 2. This project requires that the camera be held very very still, which means securely anchored on a tripod . Take your time with arranging your camera correctly on the tripod. 3. Find a location where you have a lot of distance from the camera and a lot of interior information like furniture and other interior details. See the pictures on page 7 as examples. 4. The camera settings are: Put the shooting mode on AUTO. (When you put your camera on AUTO, the camera will automatically set the highest ISO.) 5. Turn OFF THE FLASH. 6. VERY IMPORTANT!! THE PURPOSE OF THIS ASSIGNMENT IS FOR YOU TO REALIZE THE DELICATE IMPLICATIONS OF CONTROLLING THE SHUTTER BUTTON BY HOW YOU PRESS DOWN ON IT 7. There are two modes on your digital shutter button: PRESSING HALFWAY and PRESSING ALL THE WAY DOWN. 8. When you press halfway down on the button, you are activating the camera electronics, and you are telling the camera to adjust focus and to adjust exposure. 9. The camera sends out an infrared beam which measures the distance to the object
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course PHOTO 261 taught by Professor Sandraskoglund during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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