Bahçelievler Şubemiz Piknik Organizsonunda

Vakıf Kurucu Temsilcilerimiz, Okul Müdürü, Öğretmen ve Öğrenci velilerimizle birlikte Bahçelievler şubemiz Kayabaşı Piknik alanında piknik organizasyonu düzenledi. Piknikte  Bunun yanında çeşitli oyunlar oynayan Öğrencilerimiz çok eğlendiler.

 

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    Eric Ağu 23, 2015 15:17

    Here is a check list in roughly order of imtcrpanoe.1) If you have a protection’ filter on your lens take it off and throw it away. Any extra glass in front of your lens is never a good idea for picture quality, a thin piece of glass offers no real mechanical protection (just the opposite in fact) a good lens hood offers more. There may be some argument for them in dry blown sand or dusty situations, but I don’t own any.2) Buy good quality lenses, all lenses have compromises in their designs wide range zooms are the most compromised of all and will never yield prize winning results, use quality small range zooms (say a 3 : 1 zoom ratio) or preferably prime lenses. Unfortunately there is a hefty price tag on this one, but lens quality is the single most important component of image quality. Make of camera is the least important.3) Shoot to the histogram. Set your camera so it shows the histogram on the screen after each shot, your histogram should be as close to the right (where there is a greater level of tones available) but never quite touching the right hand edge. Its better to go more to the left than to go into the right, once pixels have reached the right hand side they are burnt out and have no detail.This can be like skating on thin ice a tiny step too far and the whole picture falls apart, which is why you might hear shoot to the left’ which is a safer option, but will never yield the full dynamic range. I/3rd of stop can make all the difference here particularly with wide dynamic range shots. There are subjects that have a lot of white in them such as the ubiquitous white cat in snow’ so a few pixels may end up on the extreme right and edge of the histogram, but don’t let them stack up even snow has detail. Even though this might yield a seemingly dark image you have recorded the most detail which can be brought out in post processing.An important point here is even if you shoot RAW any blown out detail is lost and cannot be recovered even in a RAW converter the data is just not in the file.4) Dump the auto settings they rarely yield optimum results, aperture priority (Av) is favourite (as you can control depth of field). Full manual is best of all when you get to know how your camera will react to the scene in front of it. Full manual is the only way to get flash and ambient light to mix together perfectly so all the shadows have detail, but the overall effect is that the picture was shot without flash.Chris