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Digital Photography

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Shutter speed Control
This controls the length of time the shutter remains open. Typical shutter speeds are measured in fractions of a second, such as 1/30 1/60 1/125 1/250 1/500 and 1/1000 of a second.
Cindy Sherman
feminist self-portraits that challenge stereotypes
Shutter
It opens and closes to control the length of time light enters the camera.
Yasumasa Morimura
disturbing male self-portraits posed as famous women
Andy Goldsworthy
gorgeous sculptures, often ephemeral, constructed and documented
Eadweard Muybridge
sequential photos in a grid to illustrate movement/bio-mechanics
Alfred Steiglitz
cityscapes showing disparity of wealth and stark industrialization
Tony Oursler
Projected video imagery on objects to create surreal installations
Dorothea Lange
Depression-era imagery depicting the poverty and bleak conditions in U.S.
William Wegman
Weimaraner dogs posed in humanesque scenarios
Ansel Adams
sweeping landscapes with amazing tonal range depicting U.S. national parks
Imogen Cunningham
ghostly images, evocative gestures with body parts, fabric, and fauna
Aperture
It dilates and contracts to control the diameter of the hole that the light passes through, to let in more or less light. It is controlled by the f-stop setting (F1.8 is big/fast F16 is small/slow). The larger the aperture, the better it will perform in low light. Large aperture = shallow depth of field, small aperture = greater depth of field.

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