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September 10, 2021 by mrgoldsack

First up in our Camera Basics Unit is Aperture!

Aperture is one of the 3 pillars of camera photography. It is mainly responsible for determining how much light is allowed into the camera body/sensor while taking a picture.

Here’s the notes from our introduction into this topic: ApertureIntro 

First up in our experimentation, you will be utilizing the f-stop setting on your camera for to examine how it affects images.

Take a look at the following task brief – 1GreatFStop


We will be going over how set up the camera for this task in class, however, if you need some reminders feel free to ask Mr. Goldsack before heading out.

Equipment Reminder: Please remember to Sign Out and Sign In any equipment you use.

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Mr. Goldsack is a fan of wet coffee and dry humour.

Contact: mgoldsack@sd35.bc.ca

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