Take a look at the picture above. The camera work by many things inside it. View finder is where we put one side of our eyes and see the view of the picture.
Exposer is the amount of light that reaches your camera sensor and it determines how light or dark your photo will be.
Shutter speed is the length of time it is open to allow light in. It’s measured in fractions of a second. For example : 1/100 and 1/10, which one is faster?. 1/100 is must be faster because it’s less time.
Aperture is the size of opening the lens through which light enters the camera. It’s measured in f-stop values. The more lens size you open, the more light can come in.
ISO is how sensitive your camera is to light. ISO can be 100, 200, 400, 800, 1000 etc. ( depends on your camera ). The higher the ISO, the more sensitive the camera is to light ( than the photo is too bright ). It measured in f-stop values.
To end that, there are many types of photo. Full shot is the shot that sees the full objects and has space. Longshot is the shot that has many objects in the photo. Medium shot is the photo that shot from the waist. Close up shot is the picture that shot from the chest. Extreme close up is the picture that shot close with the objects. Low angle makes the picture bigger. This picture is taken from below. High angle is we take from above. Dutch angle/tilt is the photo that takes not straight. That is the style of photo. The last one is bird’s eye view. This picture is taken from the above. They usually use trone to take this kind of picture.
There are many ways for taking video. You also need to know some tips for taking the video. Lets me tell you one thing before you go to explore the powerpoint by yourself. Steadiness is key is the movement of you when you taking the video. The using of zooming/ panning. You need to use your feet in the right way so that your video look good. For some objects that are so far away from you, you can use the zooming, but for some objects, that near you, don’t use the zoom. If you use the zooming with the near objects, the picture look really bad and blur. So now you can go to explore the powerpoint by yourself.
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