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Wednesday, 10 August 2011

some other helpful tips of lens

Macro lense
Selecting the proper lens is also important. To take phenomenal pictures of flowers or objects close up, you should select the macro lenses. Macro lenses focus on objects closest to the lens. The macro lens is usually expressed as a ratio. For example, with a 1:1 lens, the object appears life-sized in the picture. A 2:1 macro lens doubles the object's size. You may also see it as a number such as + 10. The higher the number, the more magnified your object will be.

Telephoto Lens

Telephoto lenses will also give you stunning close-ups, but of objects far away, like wildlife or your daughter playing soccer. Anything longer than 70 millimeters is considered telephoto. These lenses compress space, so the larger the lens, the closer the objects in the image appear to one another.

Wide Angle Lens

If you are shooting landscapes or cityscape, choose a wide-angle lens. These allow you to capture more without having to move farther away. Anything smaller than 35 millimeters is a wide angle. Essentially, the smaller the number, the wider the angle and the more you capture.

Other features

A couple of other quick tips, turn on the flash when someone's face is shadowed to try and fill out the light, and turn it off when you're at your son's piano recital. The flash will only help you light up objects within eight feet of the camera. When in doubt, read through your camera's manual, set your camera to fully automatic, and remember you can always crop, color, and adjust the images on your computer afterwords.

understand aparture

The aperture is also a very important setting on your  camera. It adjusts the size of the opening in the lens. As it changes size, it affects both the light of the image and the depth. Like the shutter speed, the aperture can be opened up to let in more light or closed for less. It also affects the sharpness of your photo like the shutter, but in a different way. Basically, it can make your background clearer or blurrier. For example, if you're shooting a landscape you may want a smaller aperture so everything in your background and foreground is sharp. But with a portrait, you may want a larger aperture. It will decrease the depth so the face is sharp, but the background is soft and out of focus. For general shooting you should select a medium aperture, a setting of f/5.6 or smaller. In order to adjust your aperture, make sure your camera is switched to aperture priority or manual mode. If you do not understand the feature just select auto.

understand the shutter

WE choose different Shutter Speed to shoot different scenes according to their merit and the storyline.

Shutter speed controls light and motion. Slower shutter speeds let more light in, creating a lighter image. With faster shutter speeds you get less light, and a darker image. Also, the faster the shutter speed, the sharper the image will be. In contrast, the slower settings will produce more blurry photos. So, if you're taking pictures of fast moving subjects, like you would at a sporting event, you'll probably want a faster shutter speed. When in doubt you should pick a medium shutter speed, about 1/60 seconds or faster. But, in order to adjust your shutter speeds, you have to switch your camera to shutter priority or manual mode. ordinary people use it auto.

understanding lences digital and optical.

In order to make a movie you must understand the lence properties and use them properly. Professionals rate the lence in two broad marks and marks in the camera as X. It means one certain unit can achieve in your frame.
these two properties are optical and digital. Optical means the films remain same but the camera can shoot exactly what you need by narrowing or broadening the scene according to your need and the frames are sharper.

On the other hand digital means the frame remains same but the camera will pinpoint any part of the film or scene as your need so that any point may gloomy or focused so that it will not look good in the frame.But if you have broad pixels it may look same as optical lenses do.

Sunday, 7 August 2011

knowing and put it on movie

Clear concept of  human behavior and study the noble jobs of the great writers can make a sense what to be capture and what to be show the public, and now a days its rather market research also, what to be viewed and how much rumeranation you get from that, how much you have to pay actors, visualizer, choreographer, musicians, stuntmen,  etc