DSLR Cameras + Lenses PPT

  1. Camera’s have a mirror inside which flips the image right side up.
  2. DSLR Camera’s have a detachable lens which is very useful.
  3. The higher the ISO, the more grain or “noise” you have on your image.
  4. The lower the ISO, you get more visible light.
  5. Zoom and focus are completely different things.
  6. Focus is how clear or blurry an image or subject appears.
  7. Some times Camera bodies are sold alone without a lens so make sure to check if you see the price seems low.
  8. Prime lenses have only one focal length, zoom lenses have variable focal lengths.
  9. Fast shutter speed is good for shooting sports or fast moving images.
  10. Shutter speed can range from 30” (seconds) to 1/4000 of a second.
  11. Shutter speed should be double your frame rate.
  12. Hand held shots can also make some pictures come out blurry, which is why some people rely on tripods.
  13. Aperture is the depth of field.
  14. Shallow depth of field makes most things blurry and the subject closest is more clear.
  15. Wide depth of field allows more subjects to be visible.
  16. Aperture is known as the f-stop in a camera.
  17. The shutter in a camera is a half circle.
  18. High ISO value means the sensor will be more sensitive to light and take in less light for the right exposure.
  19. 300mm is the best focal length for far away shots and wanting to get close.
  20. Exposure is how bright the image. or how “exposed”
  21. White balance has a numerical value. (Kelvin temperature)
  22. Use lowest ISO to avoid grain (noise).
  23. 300mm is best for wildlife as they are moving like birds flying.
  24. Focal length can adjust depth of field.
  25. If a lens has a maximum aperture of f1.2 it will perform best at f2.8

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