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photography staff

the first job I’m in interested in is a photography staff i think i fit the qualifications of this job which is to take photos of the props they have. i would need to know how to do photography and know when i would be able yo help and or be great with working with people in that kind of situation


the second job I’m interested in is being a photographer

I don’t fit on of the qualifications because I haven’t done photography for a Minimum of 3 years and i dont have portfolio just yet  but i think i do fit the others.

I would have to continue doing photography and make a portfolio and i would have to make sure i take good pictures and edit them good

product photographer

the third and last job is being a product photographer

the only qualification(s) that there is , is to have a Work authorization which i don’t have so i dont qualify for it  because i dont have one

i would have to learn how to take and edit videos to be able to get this job



read and write 

  1. aperture: controls the area over the light can enter your camrea. shutter speed: controls the duration of the exposure. ISO speed : controls the sensitivity of your camera’s sensor to a given amount of light.
  2. You would change it in low light conditions.
  3. aperture prioity allows you choose the aperture setting you want. Shutter speed lets speed you would want, but the camrea would choose the aperture setting
  4. You would set the lens to af mode. Most camreas have a button on the lens and on the camrea itself that camrea would switch between AF to MF mode.
  5. incident light metering willl always give you consent correct exposure results because it wont be fooled by subject reflectivity.
  6. It would be fina images might not look the same.
  7. Death of field is the area of acceptable sharpness in the front of and behind the subkect in which the lens is focused
  8. dive modes is the different mode while metering modes modes would as the way your camrea would messure the light
  9. Its a technique for adjusting the exposure.