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  1. 1. DIGITALPHOTOGRAPHY
  2. 2. WHAT IS DIGITALPHOTOGRAPHY? Digital photography is one of several forms of digitalimaging. It uses an array of electronic photo detectors tocapture the image focused by the lens, as opposed to anexposure on photographic film. The captured image is thendigitized and stored as a computer file ready for digitalprocessing, viewing, digital publishing or printing. simpled word :it is photography where the image isexposed, captured and stored electronically rather than onfilm.
  3. 3. DIGITAL CAMERAWHAT IS DIGITAL CAMERA?A digital camera is a camera thatstores the pictures and video ittakes in electronic formatinstead of to film.EXAMPLE:compact,DSLR and DSLM
  4. 4. Digital Camera & ItsControls
  5. 5. FRONT VIEWDSLR
  6. 6. BACK VIEWDSLR
  7. 7. DSLM
  8. 8. Similarities Between SLR &DSLR CATEGORY SLR&DSLROpticalYesViewfinderManualControlsYesLenses Interchangeable
  9. 9. Differences Between SLR &CATEGORY SLDR SLR DSLRTechnology Reflex mirror that allowslive optical viewingthrough the lens takingthe image.Reflex mirror thatallows live and digitaloptical viewing throughthe lens taking theimage.StoragesdevicesCamera Film (36 imagesper roll of film)Memory cards(Thousands of images)Shutter Speed 1-1/1000 s 1 1/4000 sVideo Captures No YesLive Preview No YesReusability Images cannot beerased, and the filmcannot be reusedImages can be erased;card can be reused for anew set of pictures
  10. 10. Similarities Between DSLR &CATEGORY DSLR&DDSLSMLMsize sensor sameimagequalityexcellentvideo yes
  11. 11. Differences Between DSLR &CATEGORY DSLR (NikoDn DS33L00M) DSLM (SamsungNX300)Size and Bulk larger (to fitmirror&prism)smaller than DSLR(mirrorless)Complex Mirrorand ShutterDesignhave a noise when picureits taken, prone to dustquiter when picture wastaken, less prone to dustAutofocusabilityPhase detection: Veryfast .Contrast detectionin live view: slowPhase & Contrastdetection. Fast.have hybrid AFviewfinder Optical viewfinder (OVF) Electronic viewfinder(EVF)/LVFshutter speeds 1 1/4000 s 30-1/6000sISO range 100-3200 100-25600Touchscreen No yes
  12. 12. DSLR Mode Dial have 2 catagories:I.Full AutomaticII.Scene ModesNOKI N NONACProgram Mode (P):Exposure isautomatic, but you can manuallycontrol settings like ISO, whitebalance and color modeAperture Priority Mode (A or Av):You pick a lens aperture (the lensopening), all else is automaticShutter Priority Mode (S or Tv) :You decide how long the shutter isopen (shutter speed), all else isautomaticISO Priority Mode (Sv): You pick anISO, all else is automatic (a limitedfeature available on only a few DSLRs)Full Manual Mode (M) : You're onyour own.
  13. 13. SLR modeDSLR modeSCENE MODES
  14. 14. Exposure Mode: Auto
  15. 15. Exposure Mode: Auto Flash Off
  16. 16. Exposure Mode: Potrait
  17. 17. Exposure Mode: Landscape
  18. 18. Exposure Mode: Sports
  19. 19. Exposure Mode: Close Up
  20. 20. Exposure Mode: Night Potrait
  21. 21. Strength &Techniquein DigitalPhotography
  22. 22. VisualModification/ManipulationUsing Camera
  23. 23. Select an imageEdit the imageSave theeditedimage
  24. 24. Adjusting the BrightnessTrimmingimagesCorrecting an Image
  25. 25. EOS-1D Mark II N EOS-1Ds Mark II EOS-1D Mark II EOS- 1Ds EOS-1D EOS 5D EOS 10D EOS DIGITALXT/350D DIGITAL EOS 20D EOS DIGITALREBEL/300DDIGITAL EOS D60
  26. 26. Adjusting the Brightnesswe can adjust the brightness ofan image in the range of -100 to+100 (in 1-step increments whenentering a value)
  27. 27. 3 Steps:
  28. 28. BeforeAfter
  29. 29. Trimming ImagesWe can trim an imagewithin our desired range
  30. 30. 3 Steps:
  31. 31. MoreInformation:
  32. 32. Before After
  33. 33. Correcting ImageWe can correct an image using:RepairingCopy Stamp
  34. 34. Repairingwe can correct an image so that unwantedspots (spots that we want to delete) onthe image blend with surrounding color
  35. 35. 6 Steps of Repairing:
  36. 36. Example of repairing:
  37. 37. Before After
  38. 38. Copy Stampwe can correct an image by pastinga section copied from anotherpart of the same image tounwanted part of the image
  39. 39. 6 Steps of Copy Stamp
  40. 40. STORAGEDEVICES
  41. 41. Types ofstorage devises
  42. 42. CF Card: was developed by SanDiskCorp and these cards areabout the size of a matchbook.: offer very high storagecapacities and fast processingtimes:suitable for video recording
  43. 43. Card: smaller than CF cards andare used in over half of currentcamera models.
  44. 44. MM Card (MMC): cards are even smaller cardsused in a few pocket cameras
  45. 45. Memory Stick: a proprietary format fromSony Corporation, is shapedsomething like a stick of gum.These cards are used only inSony products
  46. 46. Hard Drives: such as Hitachi's Microdrive andSony's Compactvault are highspeed, high capacity hard diskdrives. These drives are so smallthey can be plugged into a Type IICompactFlash slot on a digitalcamera or flash card reader. (Type ICompactFlash slots are thinner).
  47. 47. One-time Used Flash Cards: have been introduced with the ideathat flash memory is so inexpensiveyou can leave your photos on a cardinstead of copying then to acomputer. This is not recommendedfor serious photographers.
  48. 48. When you have more thanone card, a case protectsyour spares.