Project 1 :: Manual Photo Shoot Display By: Adeel khan

Panning Shot: 1/30, sec f/16, ISO-320, 18mm

This picture shows motion among the people. For this picture you have to set your camera at a slow shutter speed and take a picture of a moving subject. The only challenge with these pictures are making sure they do not come out blurry.

Fast Shutter Shot: 1/125 sec, f/7.5, ISO-1250, 18mm

This picture represents fast shutter speed. For this picture you have to set your camera at a fast shutter speed at take a picture of a moving subject. You can see the clear motion of the water, as if it sort of froze. The only challenge in these photos are making sure they are not under or over exposed.

Slow Shutter/Light Writing: 10 sec, f/18, ISO-1000, 27 mm

This picture represent slow shutter speed/ long exposure. For this picture you set the camera for a very long exposure and put it on a tripod. Then take a flash light and make a shape in a dark area. You can see the light very clearly and background is not visible. The main challenge was getting use to the long exposure.

High ISO Shot: 1/125 sec, f/3.5, ISO-HI 1, 18mm

This picture shows very high ISO. For this picture I found a subject with dark colors and then set the ISO as high as possible. The image is definitely very overexposed and it has of noise. There were no problems with taking this image.

Low ISO Shot: 1/125 sec, f/3.5, ISO- LO 1, 18mm

This picture shows very low ISO. For this picture I found a subject with dark colors and then set the ISO as low as possible. The image is underexposed and it has no noise. There were no problems with taking this image.

Zoom Bursting Shot: 1 sec, f/5.6, ISO-1000, 18mm-55mm

This picture shows what happens when you set a fairly long exposure time and zoom out from 55mm. We took this picture of mini lights in a dark room. There were no issues with this shot but we just took a lot of pictures to find the best one.

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