Day 2 photo shot -Green Screen Room_ aperture, Shutter speed, ISO, white balances

Going to the studio was cool experiences. We learned all about different type of lighting for portrait shooting and the affect of Aperture, Shutter speed, ISO, white Balance. to recap what i learned from doing these photo shoot with the class was that when you have Flash on that Shutter speed will not effect the exposer of the picture. also the Aperture, Shutter speed, ISO are three different ways to change to the expose if a shot. ISO refers to how sharp the picture quality, mean how noise the picture might look. Aperture refers to wide or small the hole that let the light into the camera and shutter speech refers to how fast the picture will be exposed to the light sources. going  back to what i learned about lighting is that when setting up the light you might need two people to help you out. also the close the light is the subject the more contrast and between the background. if you want a soft light on your subject you can move the subject further away from the light source or put a cover over the light sources. another nifty tool that you might want when shooting in studio to help find what your light sources is reading at would be light meter because that will tell you your exact setting of your light so you can program your camera to get your  perfect expose for  your subject matter.


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