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UTM UTM UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIA PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS Jamalludin Harun Jamalludin Harun Faculty of Education Faculty of Education

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2. Steps of Digital Photography Step 1. Capturing Photographs Digital, film, slides, negative. Step 2. Editing Photographs Edit, manipulate with photo-editing program such as Photoshop. Step 3. Sharing Photographs Print, e-mail, web, DVD.2 3. UTM UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIATYPES OF DIGITAL CAMERAS MPT 1383 Visual Technology Production 4. Types of Cameras Basic Types Single lens reflex Twin lens reflex Viewfinder View Polaroid4 5. Types of Cameras View Camera Large format camera that allows for control of the focal plane, especially for use for landscape and architecture.5 6. Types of Digital Cameras Point and Shoot (Consumer) High end Consumer (Prosumer) Professional6 7. Types of Digital Cameras Point and Shoot (Compact) consumer digital cameras. All-in-one with lens, flash, etc. Automatic. Ready to go. User friendly. Small, compact and lightweight Usually don't provide you with a lot of creative control. 1 4 MP 7 8. Types of Digital Cameras Prosumer Combination of professional and consumer cameras. High-quality built-in zoom lens, high quality sensor & settings. Interchangeable lenses. quality without the hassle of lugging other kit. 5 - 7 MP or so. 8 9. Types of Digital Cameras Profesional Designed for professionals and advanced amateurs. Often based on a SLR design & feature resolutions between 8 and 12 million pixels (or more). One huge advantage - most of the features (such as exposure controls) and accessories (such as lenses) designed for the film versions also work with the digital versions. 9 10. Compact vs SLR So What is the REAL difference between a digital SLR and a point and shoot camera? The short answer is.....Image Quality. But Why? How can a 6 megapixel DSLR take a better picture than a 10 megapixel point and shoot?Because Size Matters!10 11. Compact vs SLR Compact More Compact Cheaper Simple to use11 12. Compact vs SLR SLR Single Lens Reflect* DSLR Digital SLR Interchangeable lenses Greater depth of field Accurate composition Better image quality (lens + CCD)*Light directed through a hinged mirror12