Ex 6 Camera Work


Ex 6A Bracketing the Sky(Under/Overexpose the Sky)

Bracketing- A term for used overexposing and underexposing to add or take away light in the photo.

Overexposed- A shot that is given more light than a balanced, metered shot.

Underexposed- A shot that is given less light than a balanced metered shot.

Image from Petapixel (Below this section showing bracketing)

https://petapixel.com/2018/02/05/test-reveals-exposure-limits-kodak-portra-400-film/


Ex 6A Bracketing the Sky Directions for Bracketing here

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Ex 6A Bracketing (Shooting the sky)

Ex 6B Depth of Field Indoors (including rubric)

Ex 6C (Camera Test Outside)