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simplicity uncomplicated background focus on subject subject in center
rule of thirds divide into thirds vertically and horizontally leave space for the subject to move place subject in one of the thirds
lines repetitive lines s curve sublects making shapes
balance arrangement of shape and color to look pleasing on the picture dark and light symmetrical and asymmetrical
frame frame subject inside other objects gives sense of depth
avoid mergers cutting off subject objects coming out of subjects
aperture/f-stop controls the amount of light that hits the film bigger the number the smaller the aperture smaller the number the bigger the aperture more aperture less depth of field less aperture bigger depth of field
shutter speed time the film is exposed for sm. f-stop big shutter speed big f-stop sm. shutter speed
depth of field how much of teh picture near or far is in focus sm. f-stop # - fast shutter - less dof big f-stop # - slow shutter - more dof
advantage of different speed films 125 = more detail and "portraits" 125 = capture movement and farther away
how do you correct underexposure and over exposure using the camera and enlarger ue = camera, bracket enlarger, expose shorter oe = camera, bracket enlarger, expose longer
PRINT developer changes the silver crystals into visible images of with all tones 1 1/2 min
PRINT stop stops the effects of the developer 30 sec
PRINT fix clears the area of film not exposed to light, fixes the image in place, and allows to be exposed to light 3 min
DEVELOPING developer changes the silver crystals to visible images (a negative image) 6min 45 sec
DEVELOPING stop stops the effects of the developer 1 min
DEVELOPING fix allows negatives to be exposed to light, fixes image in place 5 min
steps to developing film roll on reel put in tank water rinse developer water rinse stop water rinse fix 10 water rinses squeegee let dry over night(hanging w/ clothes pin on bottom)
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