- By default your camera shoots…in JPEG mode, meaning that it stores it's images…on it's media card in JPEG format.…JPEG is a standard format so it's widely supported…by all kinds of software from image editors,…to web browsers, to word processors.…JPEG is also significant because it uses very…sophisticated data compression algorithms…to greatly reduce the size of your image files…and it does all that with little…to no visible quality loss depending…on your JPEG settings.…In the early days, digital cameras…would not have been practical without JPEG…because storage was so expensive.…
Nowadays, flash cards and hard drives…are cheap so trying to manage storage space…is not the concern that it used to be.…But the small size of a JPEG file…is still important because now we like…to upload and transmit our images.…However, there is a price to pay for that small size.…The JPEG compression process is lossy.…Feel like there should be an organ sting there right now.…Lossy means that there is a loss…of image quality every time you save a file in JPEG format.…
- Shooting sharp images
- Assessing your camera's high ISO options
- How aperture affects depth of field
- Lens speed
- Previewing depth of field
- Depth of field in the real world
- Manual mode
- Controlling motion
- Shooting raw
- Shooting with post-production in mind
Skill Level Beginner
Learning Natural Light Portrait Photographywith Chris Orwig2h 30m Intermediate
1. Shutter Speed in Depth
2. Aperture in Depth
3. More Shooting Modes
4. Shooting Strategies
Where to go from here2m 53s
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