2. ALPHABET PHOTOGRAPHY
JOANA RIVERA 11/06/23
Critique: List 5 valuable things you learned in Photo class so far this year.
- I like taking photos that’s why I took photography classes.
2. I like how the work is delivered.
3. I like how I work.
4. like the texture of the photographs.
5. the teacher is very funny.
1. STUDIO PORTRAITS
JOANA RIVERA 11/02/23
1. What is the purpose of the main light? that focuses the light well on the person.
2. What is the purpose of the fill light? the fill light is used to eliminate shadows and create a more homogeneous exposure.
2 HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY TIMELINE
JOANA RIVERA 11/01/23
1. 1855: BEGINNING OF STEREOSCOPIC ERA, I LIKEKED THIS PHOTOGRAPH BECAUSE THEY ARE PLAYING BASEBALL.
2.JULIA MARGARET CAMERON: I LIKE THIS PHOTOGRAPH BECAUSE THEY ARE PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN OF SOME VERY BEAUTIFUL LADIES.
3. 1993 BRASSAI PUBLISHES PARIS DE NUIT I LIKE THIS PHOTOGRAPH THAT WAS TAKEN IN BRAZIL BECAUSE IT IS IKE A ROAD AND IT IS ALL DARK AND CLOUDY.
4.SPEEDGRAPHIC CAMERA: STANDART EQUIPMENT FOR PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS IN THE 1960s.
5. HINDENBURG EXPLOSION 1937 I LIKED THIS PHOTO BECAUSE THERE WAS A COETE EXPLOSION AND IT LOOKS VERY GOOD.
PHOTOGRAPHY CARRER TREE
JOANA RIVERA 10/30/23
What careers related to photography interest you the most?
Be a veterinarian for the animals and take photos of how I take care of their health and check them.
What are some of the job responsibilities?
We have to bathe them, take care of their health, feed them, and when they are sick, we cure them.
What is the base salary (where you would like to live)?
I would like to live on a ranch with many animals to care for but for a good salary in a city, and my salary is the 1000 dollars.
What interests you about this field?
There are many animals to visit and cure.
What education and skills would you need to get a good job in the field?
Be a good veterinarian, be clean, respectful, have a minimum wage, have the necessary medications to take care of.
Digital Camera Modes
1 AUTOMATIC MODE: Auto mode is said to let your camera use better judgment to select shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, focus and flash to take the best possible photo, with some cameras, auto mode lets you Allows you to disable the flash or switch it to red-eye reduction. This mode will give good results in many shooting conditions giving the camera.
2 PORTRAIT MODE: When changing the portrait, the camera will automatically select a large aperture which helps keep the background out of focus. Portrait mode works best when you are photographing a single subject, or when you get close enough to it.
3 MACRO MODE: Macro mode allows you to get closer to the subject to take a close-up photo. It’s great for photographing flowers, insects, or other small objects. Different cameras will have macro modes with different capabilities, including different focusing distances. When you use the macro mode it will focus, and it is more difficult since at short distances the depth of field is very narrow. By holding your camera to the object, you are photographing it is possible to find out how out of focus the photograph is.
4 LANDSCAPE MODE: This mode is almost the same as the opposite of portrait mode which sets the camera with a small aperture to ensure that as much of the scene being photographed is in focus as possible. It is therefore ideal for capturing wide scene shots, particularly those with points of interest at different distances from the camera.
5 SPORTS MODE: Sports mode is also designed for photography and moving objects. Sports mode attempts to freeze the action by increasing the shutter speed. By photographing fast-moving subjects, you can also increase your chances of capturing it.
6 NIGHT MODE: This is a really fun way to create wonderfully colorful and interesting shots. Night mode is for shooting in low-light situations and sets the camera to use a longer shutter speed to help capture background details.
7 MOVIE MODE: This mode is expanded for the digital camera from capturing still images to capturing moving images. Most new digital cameras today come with a movie mode that records both video and sound. The quality is not up to video camera standards, but it is a useful mode.
8 APERTURE PRIORITY MODE (A or AV): This mode is actually a semi-automatic mode is to ensure a well-balanced exposure. AL Choosing a higher aperture number means that the aperture is smaller and lets in less light. Small numbers mean the opposite of your aperture is large, the depth of field will be small, and your camera will probably choose a faster shutter speed.
9 SHUTTER PRIORITY MODE (S or TV): Shutter priority is very similar to aperture priority mode but is the mode where you select a shutter speed, and the camera then chooses all other settings. You may want to capture motion as a blur of a subject such as a waterfall and choose a slow shutter speed. You can also choose a slow shutter speed in low light situations.
10 Program Mode (P: The Program mode is similar to Auto but gives you a little more control over some other features including flash, white balance, ISO etc. Check your digital camera’s manual for how the Program mode differs from Automatic in your particular model.
11 Manual Mode: Of course you also need to have some idea of what you’re doing in manual mode so most digital camera owners that I have anything to do with tend to stick to one of the priority modes.
CONSEPTUAL SELF PORTRAIT
THE HEADPHONES ARE WHAT REPRECENT ME BECAUSE I BRING THEM EVERY DAY AND I CAN TAKE THEM ANYWHERE AND THEY ARE SOMETHING THAT I APPRECIATE A LOT.
Why would I like to travel to that destination?
because now I have all my memories and my family is here and it’s very fun. I also have all my friends like my grandparents and my dad. Also, where I lived, they had parties of some Catholic religions and they brought the band, games for the children to have fun and they played songs.