Text of PARTS AND FUNCTIONS OF A DSLR CAMERA PHOTOGRAPHY 101 BY JUSTINE AGALOOS
PARTS AND FUNCTIONS OF A DSLR CAMERA PHOTOGRAPHY 101 BY JUSTINE
DSLR CAMERA DSLR stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex. The
reflex design is the primary difference between a DSLR and point
and shoot digital cameras. Light travels through a single lens and
the mirror is used to reflect a portion of the light.
CAMERA BODY The body is made out of high grade or metal and
holds all parts together. The body also provides protection to
internal parts of the camera.
DSLR LENS Camera Lens allow light and help use to re-create
pictures. Lens have Zoom function which moves the surface closer or
further from the projection.
DSLR DIAL The DSLR Dial changes the cameras mode. Turning the
dial allows the different modes including auto, manual, shutter,
aperture, and program.
DSLR FLASH The flash produces artificial light to illuminate a
darker scene. The flash units are located on top of the camera or
has a standard accessory mount.
LCD SCREEN The DSLR camera has a LCD, liquid-crystal display,
which is a small screen in the back of the camera. The display
shows the user what can be seen in the viewfinder.
VIEWFINDER The viewfinder is the part that the photographer
uses to focus the picture.
SHUTTER BUTTON The shutter button is the push button on the
DSLR camera to capture The photo. The shutter of the camera is
released so it opens the capture Of a picture.
FIRST PROJECT: PORTRAITS Group of 4 Each person will be
assigned a different project within the group. As a group you will
take photos of texture, shapes, lines, and patterns. One person
will be assigned texture, another shapes, the third person will
have lines, and the last person will have patterns. You will
present 1 photo of each, you will choose which one is your best
shot. Due September 20, 2013