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  • Troop 106 - Photography PHOTOGRAPHY MERIT BADGE
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  • Troop 106 - Photography PHOTOGRAPHY: Recording of Visible Light
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Other Type of Light:
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Other Type of Light: Infrared Ultraviolet X-Ray
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Sources of Light:
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Sources of Light: Natural Ambient (Room Lights) Flash
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Exposure:
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Under Exposed
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Over Exposed
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  • Troop 106 - Photography
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  • How can you control Exposure?
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Aperture (f-stops)
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Depth of Field Low F-stop (large opening) High F-stop (small opening)
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Shutter Speed
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Fast Shutter Speed
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Slow Shutter Speed
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Film Speed (ISO Number) (International Standards Organization)
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Composition
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Composition Contrast Texture Balance
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Contrast Many Photographers prefer early morning or late evening for good contrast. The low sun creates good shadows.
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Texture Unexpected backgrounds sometimes make good texture
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Balance Whats Wrong with this Picutre?
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Balance Better Balance
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  • Troop 106 - Photography
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  • Parts of a Camera
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Digital Vs Film Film Camera Pros Familiarity of Use Quality Enlargements Less Expensive Convenient 1 hour photos No computer needed Film Camera Cons No immediate results All shots printed Requires more physical Storage Difficult to organize Cost of prints Limited # pictures per roll of film These are from Merit Badge book and no longer true.
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  • Troop 106 - Photography Digital Vs Film Digital Camera Pros Results available immediately Photos views and edited at home Long term savings Control what you delete Print what you want Memory cards hold more Digital Camera Cons Need Computer to print Camera cost more More Computer Storage needed Time Consuming High resolution not readily available These are from Merit Badge book and no longer true.
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