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Photography Notes

Midterm notes for multimedia design

QuestionAnswer
_______-the size of the opening that allows light into the camera. aperture
Aperture is the ____ of the _____ that _____ _____ into the _______. size opening allows light camera
Use aperture to set ________. depth of field
What are the two types of depth of field? shallow & deep
To focus up (blur the background) use a _______ ________ ________ wide aperture setting
When there is a small numbered aperture, there is _____ in focus. less
When there is a big numbered aperuture setting, there is ____ in focus. more
What is the widest aperture setting on the D40? 3.5
A 3.5 aperture setting will give you a _____ depth of field. shallow
Depth of filed is ... how much is in focus
To focus everything, use a _____ opening. smaller
Larger number = .... in focus more
What is the smallest aperture setting on our D40? 36
Using an aperture setting of 36 gives one a ... depth of field. Deep
What are 2 common aperutre settings? F5.6 & F8
Aperture changes the ... depth of field
___-sensitivity to light ISO
What is ISO? the camera's sensitivity to light
When higher ISO settings are used, it can cause a picture to appear ... grainy :(
When do you use 200 ISO? Outside on a sunny day
What ISO setting do you use for a sunny day? 200
What ISO setting do you use for outsdie in the shade? 400
When do you use an ISO of 400? outside in the shade
What ISO setting do you use for inside a building in dim light? 800
When do you use an ISO of 800? inside a building with dim light
What ISO setting do you use for in a dark room like a gym? 1600
When do you use an ISO setting of 1600? In a dark room like a gym
What is shutter speed? how long light is allowed into the camera
____-how long light is allowed into the camera. Shutter speed
What shutter speed would you use to stop a runner? 1/250
What shutter speed would you use to stop a fast racecar? 1/1000
What would you use to take picture with a Shutter speed of 1/250? a runner
What would you use to take picture with a Shutter speed of 1/1000? a racecar
What is the highest shutter speed? 1/4000 of a second
What is the slowest? 4 seconds
4 seconds is the ... slowest shutter speed
1/4000 is the ... fastest shutter speed
Created by: Alysa