Basics of camera
Writing a good page for basics of camera is an essential skill for anyone doing photography. In this post we explain the tips and types of photography.
What is camera?
A camera is an optical instrument for recording images, which may be stored locally, transmitted to another location or both. The images may be individual still photographer or sequences of images constituting videos or movies. The word camera comes from camera obscura, which means “dark chamber”. The modern photographic camera evolved from the camera obscura. The functioning of the camera is very similar to the functioning of the human eye.
There are three major basics of camera:-
1.Aperture: This is first major Aspect of photography. Aperture means F number in camera 📷 smaller the F number Allows camera to enter more and more light into the camera however higher The F number allow camera to enter less amount of light into the camera For eg. If you want more lights into the camera, you should use smallest F number like F/1.4 , F/1.8, F/2.0,F2.8, F3.5 .Similarly if you want less light into the camera use higher number of F number like F/7.1,F/8,F/9,F/10, maximum Number is F/22
2.Shutter speed:Shutter speed is second most important concept in camera shutter speed is time while curtain is open .The photographer should decide time of open and close of the shutter speed of the camera for e.g If you want to capture fast moving object then you have to use fast shutter speed like 1/100 if you use slow shutter speed then image can get blurish
Fast Shutter speed 1/100
Slow shutter speed 0.6sec
3.ISO:Iso is the third and most important aspect of camera when you can’t get right
exposure with Aperture and shutter speed then its time to think about ISO , ISO defined sensitivity of the image
IF we take higher ISO number the sensor capture more amount of light
Try to minimize the ISO number because higher ISO affect sensitivity of Image
Tips for photographer:–
- Use the Rule of Thirds.
- Avoid Camera Shake.
- Learn to use the Exposure Triangle.
- Use a Polarizing Filter.
- Create a Sense of Depth.
- Use Simple Backgrounds.
- Don’t Use Flash Indoors.
- Choose the right ISO
- Pan to create with shutter speed
- Experiment with shutter speed