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. 1. . Art. 141. . Lecture. . 3. . R. EV. I. E. W. . O. F. . L. E. C. T. U. R. E. . 2. HOR. E. N. S. TE. I. N,. . CH. AP. TE. R. . 2. W. OR. K. BOO. K. . QU. E. S. T. IO. N. S. HOR. E. N. ID: 420516 Download Presentation

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1 Art141 Lecture 3 REVIEW OF LECTURE 2HORENSTEIN, CHAPTER 2WORKBOOK QUESTIONSHORENSTEIN, CHAPTERS 3-4 OVERVIEWELEMENTS OF DESIGN: LINE & SHAPEGIPHANTIE/Future of Photography in class musings.PHOTOGRAPHERS: Niépce 1768-1833, Daguerre 1787-1851, Talbot 1800-1877CAMERA CHECKS (after class)HOMEWORK DUE TODAYRead Horenstein, Chapter 2 (and complete workbook Chapter 2) Take one self portrait and email it to me at mkyurgeles@gmail.comHOMEWORK DUE TUESDAY, September 22, 2015Read Horenstein, Chapters 3&4 (and complete workbook Chapters 3&4) Review photographers discussed (website)HORENSTEIN CHAPTER 2 “CAMERA TYPES”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_cameraKodak Brownie 1900

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Leica 1. 1925 Utilized 35mm film stock from the film industry.

Range Finder CameraPARALLAX ERROR

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Nikon F. 1959. First “system” camera.

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Basic parts of the 35 mm SLR (Single Lens Reflex) camera:BODYLENSLENS ELEMENTSFOCUSING RINGDIAPHRAGMAPERTURE RING OR BUTTONMIRRORVIEWING SCREENPENTAPRISMMETERING CELLVIEWFINDER EYEPIECESHUTTERFILMFILM ADVANCE LEVERSHUTTER-SPEED DIAL OR BUTTON

SHUTTER RELEASEHOT SHOEREWIND MECHANISMFILM CASSETTENot shown: REWIND RELEASE BUTTON

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TWIN LENS REFLEX CAMERA

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VIEW CAMERA 4x5

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FRONT & REAR STANDARDS BELLOWS LENS BOARDGROUND GLASS FILM HOLDER FOCUSING CLOTH

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Also, see text: POINT & SHOOTCAMERA INSTANT CAMERA

Example of LARGE format camera:http:// petapixel.com/2011/05/18/massive-six-foot-long- homemade-large-format- camera/

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Wide Angle lenses are below 50mm in focal length. Common fixed wide angle lenses are 35mm, 28mm and 24mm.Telephoto lenses are above 50mm in focal length. Common fixed telephoto lenses are 85mm, 135mm, and 210mm.The angle of view DECREASES as the focal length INCREASES.

WIDE ANGLE 28 MM

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NORMAL 50 MM

TELEPHOTO 90 MM

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APERTUREThe aperture refers to the size of the opening in the lens that lets light into the camera body, and thus onto the film.Although some lenses have a fixed aperture, most have arange of apertures.

The size of the aperture is measured by an f-stop number.The f-stop number is counter-intuitive. The HIGHER the f- stop number, the SMALLER the aperture. You could think about the f-stop as a fraction of the lens diaphragm (iris) at its widest opening. For example f/8 as 1/8 of the maximum amount of light possible.Note: this is a simplification of the actual mathematics.An f-stop number is derived by dividing the measured diameter of a particular lens opening into the focal length of its lens.

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Whole F-StopsEach stop lets in twice as much light as the next higher number.Effect on Depth of Field:The higher the f-stop (smaller the aperture), the more is in focus. Note: f-64 Group

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