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Photography is such a talent and takes so much strategy just to take the right and perfect picture. this video taught me how photographers have to take certain pictures and the angles they have to take for the right picture.  it also showed how amazing and fun photography is .

Framing a subject

1. yes i have a strong composition

2. i honestly think i did bad on my editing and could of done way better

3. i would find a better frame than what i used because it wasn’t so creative.

4. i think it shouldn’t because my editing skills are so well and my pictures either and plus there’s other people out there that have way better edited pictures and taken pictures.

Helicopter holding a dinasour

He makes this picture seem confusing for the viewer because of face he used. it seems as a guy that is hold on with balloon strings is floating by helium. the picture shows and old guy with a weird head shape it seems like if his head was a whale but with an old guys face added. the background is foggy and a yellow building. the old man seems to be closing his eyes and have his mouth open and has no hair. this picture gives me the chills because it makes no sense and it is creepy knowing an old guys face is just floating in the air as if it was a balloon.

Camera modes

Automatic mode: a digital camera where the camera’s software fully controls all aspects of the photograph. the shutter speed to the aperture setting to the focus.

Portrait mode: This lets you compose a photo that keeps your subject sharp while blurring the background. You can also add lighting effects to your image and take a selfie in Portrait mode.

Macro mode: a setting on your camera that you can use to take close-up pictures of small objects such as insects or flowers. The distance you can shoot in macro mode from will differ between cameras.

Landscape mode: landscape mode is a function of the digital camera that is used when you are taking photos of a scene. Its also used as a single mode as well.

Sports mode: sports mode is a type of scene mode photographers can use to help take better sports or action shots. The sports mode will usually automatically set the camera to increase the shutter speed in order to freeze the action in the frame.

Night mode: night mode is the digital camera uses a long shutter speed to capture scene details and also fires the camera’s flash to illuminate the subject or foreground of the shot. Other digital camera settings and shooting modes.

Movie mode: movie mode is a function of the digital camera that enables your digital camera to capture moving subjects in a video format. Most digital cameras come with a movie mode that records both video and also sound.

Aperture priority: often abbreviated A or Av on a camera mode dial, is a setting on some cameras that allows the user to set a specific aperture value while the camera selects a shutter speed to match it that will result in proper exposure based on the lighting conditions as measured by the camera’s light meter.

Shutter priority: is usually denoted as S on the mode dial, also called time value refers to a setting on some cameras that allows the user to choose a specific shutter speed while the camera adjusts the aperture to ensure correct exposure.

Program mode: refers to the fact that you can fiddle with the shutter speed and aperture combo. Whether you choose Auto or Program.  the camera chooses an aperture and shutter speed combination that will give you a good exposure.

Manual mode: is when a camera allows the photographer to determine the exposure of an image by letting them select an aperture value and a shutter speed value. These modes give the user control of either aperture or shutter speed.







Conceptual self portrait

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conceptual is something having to do with the mind, or with mental concepts or philosophical or imaginary ideas. An example of conceptual is when you formulate an abstract philosophy to explain the world which cannot be proven or seen. Fine-art photography is photography created in line with the vision of the photographer as artist, using photography as a medium for creative expression. The goal of fine-art photography is to express an idea, a message, or an emotion.Conceptual photography can involve expert and extravagant backdrops. The image below has been edited so that the sailboat almost appears to be floating in the sky. This creates a beautiful dream-like scene. Any kind of reflective material will work for this challenge. You can use a regular mirror or a body of water. Even your phone screen can create surreal, humorous, or thought-provoking conceptual pieces. montion blur  is a popular technique. Anyone with a camera can experiment with it. The right kind of blur will make your photos look eerie and confusing. These are two qualities that many conceptual photographers love using in their work. Conceptual photography is a type of photographic art that is initially envisioned by the photographer and then staged to realize that vision. Images are often designed to depict certain aspects of society or life. Photographs might also be digitally manipulated to achieve the final effect desired by the photographer. photography is the opposite of journalism style photography, in which the photographer captures real-life images as they happen. Conceptual photography is much more deliberate and has a specific outcome in mind, much like a painted portrait. Modern technology has enabled this type of photography to become more surreal, allowing the photographer to join images or objects that would otherwise be impossible to juxtapose. Images in conceptual photography are often used in advertising or public service announcements.



Depth of field

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Depth of field is the distance between the closest and farthest objects in a photo. Than your camera can only focus sharply at one point. The distance should be between the camera and the first element that is considered to be acceptably sharp is called Dof near limit. Also depth of field can be calculated based on focal length and  distance to subject.


There are 3 ways of controlling the depth of field and one of them is by Lens aperture. The reason by this is to sharpen a entire scene by setting the aperture as small as the lighting will allow. Another way to control depth of field is by the distance of the camera to subject and by doing this it causes To increase the depth of field just if you move back and To reduce it you just move closer. The last thing to do is lens focal length by doing this the depth of field will be shallow, The depth of field you get for a specific f-stop varies with distance.