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3A Blog: Motion - Freeze and Blur

Manipulating the aperture and shutter speed settings on your camera can give you some really cool photo effects. That’s something that we learned in my most recent digital imaging class. 327 more words

Brigham Young University - Idaho

Week 4: September 25-29

7th Grade Art: 2nd, 3rd and 5th hours

Essential Question: How does Art shape our view of the world?

Content Standards:

ART.VA.I.7.3      Demonstrate the use of successful visual vocabulary at an emerging level. 453 more words


Panasonic LUMIX GX8: Image Quality

Hot on the heels of my last Panasonic LUMIX GX8 piece, here are some image samples taken with my Lumix GX8, Lumix G 30mm f2.8 Mega O.I.S Lens and an old but fully TTL compatible, Olympus FL-36R Flash Gun (with cheap and cheerful flash mounted soft box stuck on the end of the camera mounted flash). 916 more words


Self Motivated Education: the Basics

Wide Aperture

Wide aperture refers to the opening of the lens in the camera– or how larger the hole is that lets the light in. This can be controlled and is measured in ‘f-stops’. 271 more words

Digital Imaging

Aperture and Shutter Speed

This weekend I rented a camera from the Communication Department at school. It was fun to mess around with the settings and learn more about how aperture and shutter speed effect the outcome. 318 more words


Self-Motivated Education

1/80 s
ISO 100
18-55@ 43 mm
Date 9/16/17
Time 4:01
BYU-Idaho Gardens
1/80 s
ISO 100
18-55@24 mm
Date 9/16/17… 126 more words
Digital Imaging

SME: Self-Motivated Education

  1. WIDE APERTURE:-Wide aperture is used when you want your camera to focus well on one subject. When you use a small depth of field, or wide aperture, your camera will focus on one thing and make the background blurry.
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