This resource is a small PowerPoint that includes: a short labelling activity for the exposure triangle in photography (Worksheet can be printed from the PowerPoint slide). a set of interactive scenario question slides that use the previously completed worksheet to achieve correct exposure and creative effects. These tasks are designed for beginner GCSE photography students, in order to help them understand the different aspects of the exposure triangle (Aperture, Shutter speed and ISO) and the thought-process required in making adjustments on a DSLR camera to achieve a correct exposure. Works best when coupled with practical DSLR activites to put this knowledge to use. Notes on use of interactive slides: When presenting these question slides, click on the answer that the selected student or group decide on. Clicking a specific box will change the slide to effects of that answer. Discuss with group as to why the chosen answer is correct or not. Then click on the blue NEXT or GO BACK slides that appear.
Labelling activity worksheet and answers, both provided on a PowerPoint. Designed for students starting GCSE photography. Students are to label the different parts of the DSLR in order to develop an understanding of the location of important camera features and key terminology used in the subject.