Photography Photo Setting Slider w/Photo Illustrations +Settings & Camera Poster

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Prior to the 18th century, when film cameras were invented, images were created by drawings and paintings. Today digital cameras allow even novice artists to create stunning images. However, there are several manual settings that a photographer can use to manipulate the final photo both in film and digital photography. These include aperture, shutter speed, ISO and exposure as well as focus metering and white balance in digital cameras.

This interactive activity allows learners to conceptualize how these settings affect the final photo showing the relative changes as the slider passes through the camera and what setting shows up in the appropriate indicator. Also includes a poster of these settings and parts of a SLR Camera.

File is sized 8.5 X 11" and includes left adjust to use in a punched notebook. Suggested to be printed on cardstock paper, and includes eight (8) pages of resources. Also included in our FRANCE Activity Book.