Thank you guys for a great first night. There is a great deal of information to learn. Take some time this week to commit those F-stops to memory. That’ll get you rolling faster than you know. We’ll hit them next week as well and then start getting into the nuts and bolts of putting them into action. Here are some resources that I thought you would find helpful. Keep me in the loop if you need anything. Also, I know there were some specific questions about cameras. Admittedly, I don’t know the ins and outs of every model from tonight but I’m happy to look things up. It’s good to have a working knowledge of as many cameras as I can. That’s no easy task! These articles are variations on how I teach, so you’ll see little differences. I hope they help.
I found this article at B&H. It uses the water analogy as well. That’s a very common teaching technique, so you’ll see variations of it all over the place: Check it out.
Here’s something else I dug up that may help. Check it out.
And another. Check it out.
Spring 2016 Introduction to Digital Photography supplemental materials:
RAW versus JPG….The ultimate debate:
16 bit versus 8 bit
sRGB versus Adobe 98
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