Manual Photo Shoot Display By: Noble Dhaliwal

Panning

This photo is a demonstration of panning. The shutter speed in this photo is 1/40s, this means the shutter will close at a slower rate. The slow shutter speed results in the main focus of the photograph to be clear while the the background is blurred. This causes a panning effect. To make each photo balanced we had adjust the exposure triangle to meet the composition guidelines. In this image we had to adjust the ISO and aperture to compensate for the shutter speed. The camera settings I used were: White balance - Sunny, Shutter speed - 1/40s, ISO - 200, Aperture - F/22 and Focal length 18mm. In this shot, one challenge I faced was that my partner kept getting out of focus. I am most proud of how my partner is in focus and the background is in focus which makes the image look professional.

Fast Shutter

This photo was taken with a fast shutter speed. The shutter speed in this image was 1/2000s. This fast shutter speed means that the shutter closes at a way faster rate than usual. This results in the water being captured in the image before it is allowed to move too much; the water looks still and image is clear. To make each photo balanced we had adjust the exposure triangle to meet the composition guidelines. In this image we had to adjust the ISO and aperture to compensate for the shutter speed. The camera settings I used were: White balance - Auto, Shutter speed - 1/2500s, ISO - 2500, Aperture - F/6.3 and Focal length 24mm. One challenge I faced while taking this photo was that the water was out of the frame or out of focus. What I am most proud of in this image is that the water looks still and clear making quite an interesting photo.

Slow Shutter / Light Writing

This image was taken with a slow shutter speed. The shutter speed in this image is 15s, this means the shutter closes very slowly. Since, the shutter closes in 15 seconds we can move around a light to make a shape or object. And, every motion of the light is captured in the photo adding an effect of a floating star made out of light. To make each photo balanced we had adjust the exposure triangle to meet the composition guidelines. In this image we had to adjust the ISO and aperture to compensate for the shutter speed. The camera settings I used were: White balance - Incandescent, Shutter speed - 15s, ISO - 4000, Aperture - F/25, and Focal length 24mm. A challenge I faced while taking this photo was that shape made by the light was not acceptable or deformed so it took many tries. What I am most proud of in this photo is that it came out well and the star is well shaped.

High ISO Image

This photo is a representation of high ISO. The ISO in this image is 3200 which is a high ISO. Since the ISO is high, this means the camera is letting in more light so the image seems to be brighter than usual. But, with the increased brightness the high ISO also results in the image looking grainy. To make each photo balanced we had adjust the exposure triangle to meet the composition guidelines. In this image we had to adjust the shutter speed and aperture to compensate for the ISO. The camera settings I used were: White balance - Sunny, Shutter speed - 1/400s, ISO - 3200, Aperture - F/29, and Focal length 55mm. One challenge I faced while taking this photo was that it came out too bright so I had to change the aperture. What I am most proud of in this image is that the high ISO made it grainy like it was supposed to do.

Low ISO Image

This image shows low ISO. The ISO in this image is Low 1 which is the lowest setting. Since the ISO is low, the camera is letting in less light so the image appears to be really dark. With the darkness of the image one benefit is that the image is not grainy. The low ISO makes the image appear more crisp. To make each photo balanced we had adjust the exposure triangle to meet the composition guidelines. In this image we had to adjust the shutter speed and aperture to compensate for the ISO. The camera settings I used were: White balance - Sunny, Shutter speed - 1/400s, ISO - Low 1, Aperture - F/29, and Focal length 55mm. One challenge I faced while taking this photo was that it came out too dark so I had to change the aperture. What I am most proud of in this image is that the low ISO made it not grainy and clear like it was supposed to do.

Zoom Bursting

This image is an example of zoom burst. The focal length of the camera was altered to make the zooming in effect where the surroundings are blurred. The focus of this image was a red light and in the photo the light seems to be in focus while the other lights around its are blurred into a cool zooming effect. To make each photo balanced we had adjust the exposure triangle to meet the composition guidelines. In this image we had to adjust the ISO and aperture to compensate for the shutter speed. The camera settings I used were: White balance - Incandescent, Shutter speed - 1/5s, ISO - 1600, Aperture - F/22, and Focal length 18-55mm. A challenge I faced while taking this photo was that the light was not focused. What I am most proud of in this image is that the zoom burst came out looking great and the light is focused.
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