On the 21st November during my “Intro to Photography” workshop, myself and the group were introduced to the special techniques that can be acquired through both manipulation of a photograph in Photoshop and also special equipment when on location of a photo-shoot. As one of our themes in this module is to photograph “Urban Landscapes” through special techniques, it … More Reflection of Special Techniques Part 1 and Part 2.
Last week, my Introduction to Photography lecture was based on Shutter Speed. Shutter Speed controls how long the aperture is open for, and the amount of light reaching the film or light sensor. We were told that it is measured in fractions of a second, and so were shown the fractions until it reaches the … More Reflection on Shutter Speed
On the 11th November, my Introduction to Photography Lecture was based on learning the different kinds of Lenses that can be used in Photography. We were introduced to the types of lenses that we can use to create certain kinds of photographs; these included “Fish Eye (Ultra Wide Angle)”, “Wide Angle”, “Telephoto” and “Macro”. We … More Reflection on Lenses
On the 3rd November, my Introduction to Photography lecture consisted of learning the technique that is Aperture. Aperture, in the photographic sense, is the diameter of the aperture stop or the opening of itself inside a camera. It can be adjusted and controls the amount of light that is exposed to the film or image … More Reflection for Aperture
This week I couldn’t make it to my Intro to Photography lecture, due to a delivery that I had to be present for when it arrived; and so as an alternative I continued with my planning of my first assignment as I have mention in a previous blog. I’ve decided that the best time to take photographs … More Reflection