File formatting takes a photograph and captures the camera data, which creates the digital image. The most commonly used formats are ,JPEG, TIFF, RAW, DNG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and PSD. JPEG stands for joint photographic experts group, also it one of the most known of all image file formats. As for TIFF stands for tagged image file format and it commonly used in photography industry. RAW mean just basically nothing happened to the picture but it used advanced compact cameras. DNG stands for digital negative format, how you use that use different proprietary format to catch the raw files. PNG stands for portable network graphics it was created in the 90’s as an improvement on the gif file format. GIF stands for graphics interchange format and used on the internet. BMP stands for bitmap image file, this one is just another lossless. PSD stands for photoshop document it just edited.
m,4000 sec, f/5.6, ISO 800
M 4000 sec, f/5.6, ISO 800
M,800sec, f/6.3, ISO400M800sec, f/6.3, ISO 400M800, f/6.3, ISO,400M500sec, f/6.3, ISO 400
I like the texture of the pink rug. I like the camera is pointing at angle at the glass. the glass are different color makes more attracted to the eye. It gives it eye for a business they trying to do. the glasses with the diamond should be more in front. It makes it more cute.
M,3200sec, f/6.3, iso400m,2500sec, f/6.3, iso400
It kind of a little burled but you can see the shape of the flower. I love how the light hits it. I love the hand in pose. the darkness brings it out a bit. Their hair is crazy in away but very lovely. I love the texture on the door frame. I love the curve of her shadows. Like how the light is down so you can see the person. It a little to dark. It amazing me because it burly. I like it because it caught my eye.
I really love the lighting and how it hits the green grass. You can the texture in the rock’s. I also love how there’s a trail leading through mountain. It very elegant with all there bright colors. The zoom far away gives me a sense it big. The dark side of mountain is every lovely.
By Kara Arrieta
what I learn about camera is that it has a Aperture, ISO, and Shutter speed. Aperture is the size on how much light comes into the camera. The sizes are f/22, f/16, f/11, f/8.0, f/5.6, f/4.0, f/2.8, f/2.0, f/1.4. ISO is how much light is coming through. It’s on the bottom of the lens if you press gently on the button to take the photo. The shutter speed is what let the light into the camera. You can put on a speed to let it in. The speeds are 1/15 seconds, 1/8 seconds, 1/4 seconds, 1/2 seconds, 1 second, 2 second, 4 second, 8 second, and 16 seconds. It mostly for your lighting to get a really nice picture.
This is my new blog