1. it controls the area over what light enters the camera
  2. when shooting in low light conditions
  3. AP lets you choose the aperture you want but the camera chooses the shutter speed and SP lets you choose the shutter speed you want, but the camera chooses the aperture setting.
  4. it sets the lens to AF mode
  5. so it won’t be fooled by the subject reflectivity.
  6. the final images might not look the same
  7. depth of field is the area of acceptable sharpness in the front of and behind the subject which the lens is focused.
  8. drive modes allows the vehicle to switch between settings depending upon how its being driven and the prevailing conditions and metering modes is to the way in which a camera determines exposure.
  9. it allows photographers to override exposure settings.


  • you can be your own boss
  • can be in control of the day-to-day schedule
  • achievements stemmed entirely from your own efforts
  • freedom
  • it brings a lot of inspiration


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  7. Canon RF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens – Price: $159.00
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  14. Canon RF 16mm Lens – Price: $299.00
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  • prime lenses have one focal length
  • zoom lenses has more than one focal length
  • medium telephoto is used for portraiture
  • fish eye and wide angle are for architecture and landscape
  • how to choose a correct iso to shoot
  • lower iso for more available light
  • higher iso for less available light
  • use lowest iso to avoid grain/noise
  • higher shutter speed to capture fast action
  • cameras shake if not used with tripod
  • larger aperture, shallower depth of field
  • lens are described
  • the lens have a mount, prime or zoom, series, etc
  • cameras settings can adjust how the color looks
  • most cameras have presets
  • white balance has auto, shade, cloudy, etc
  • there are 5 shooting modes
  • camera does everything for you
  • aperture is depth of field
  • shutter speed is blur
  • iso is grain or noise
  • longer lenses have a shallower depth of field
  • “fast” lens has bigger maximum aperture
  • smaller number represents a larger opening
  • the shutter in a camera is half circle


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  • Erik Johansson took interest on photography when he first got a digital camera when he was 15. His photos are capturing an idea not a moment. His photos show an allusion of his different photos being combined. He starts off with a sketch that shows what he wants to take a picture of and go on from there.