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CTE/Skilled & Technical Sciences Education Curriculum
Basic Digital Photography
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Standard 6
Students will be able to understand and perform camera work.
  • Digital Zoom Versus Optical Zoom
    Three minute video explaining the differences between optical zoom and digital zoom including advantages and disadvantages of each.
  • How to Choose a Tripod
    Basic guide to help you select an appropriate tripod for the work you are doing.
  • How to Use a Tripod
    This web psge provides simple techniques and tips on how to use a tripod.
  • Monopods and Bipods
    This webpage explains how to use a monopods and bipods as alternative camera supports.
  • Parts of a Camcorder
    This video clip helps you get to know the basic parts of a camcorder allowing users to operate their devices more effectively and determine more precisely any potential causes of a problem.
  • Setting Up a Camera Tripod
    Information and pictures on setting up a tripod.
  • Video Camera Tripods
    How to use camera tripods.

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