Application of shooting techniques in humanistic documentary

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I once said that photography is a real record. So what are the elements of another popular theme in the field of photography, "Human Photography"? With ten years of photography, to talk about this topic may be a bit like "playing with a knife in front of the public" for many predecessors. Therefore, the ten choices summarize all the subjects I often shoot, such as "social record", "local customs", "temple fair festival" and "street follow-up" in this chapter. Simply put, humanistic photography can be roughly divided into "sudden" and "regular" nature. The so-called "sudden" refers to "not deliberately arranged, not in anticipation of various emergencies, street follow-up, realistic record, etc." The so-called "regularity" means that "there are certain trajectories to follow, most of which are anticipated festivals, activities, seasonal themes, portrait photography, etc."

Application of shooting techniques in humanistic documentary

Canon EOS 5D Mark III Canon EF 16-35 mm F2.8 focal section 16mm local photometric manual exposure. Aperture F4, shutter 1/200 seconds, ISO3200, automatic white balance, hand-held shooting.

"Toucheng Seizures Orphans" is a grand event of the Chinese New Year Festival in Ilan. The event is held on the last day of July of the lunar calendar every year. The form of competition is similar for many years, so it belongs to the subject that can be planned in advance. During the journey to southern Xinjiang, I met the market in a small village. I stopped at the roadside to shoot. I used two cameras and two mirrors to shoot movably.

Application of shooting techniques in humanistic documentary

Canon EOS 50D Canon EF 70-200 mm F2.8 IS USM focal segment 70 mm local aperture precursor AE aperture F4 shutter 1/125 seconds ISO800 automatic white balance shooting using tripod

Application of shooting techniques in humanistic documentary

Shaving Canon EOS 7D Canon EF 70-200 mm F4 IS USM focal length 100 mm AE AE Aperture F5.6 Shutter 1/1600 seconds ISO400 automatic white balance hand-held photography

The first city of Yilan was held in Wushigang on the last day of July of the lunar calendar in previous years, while Pingdong was held in Hengchun on the 15th of July of the lunar calendar every year. Never mistake the time and place. Safety helmet, towel, elevated scaffolding, protective cover. Do you know what the subject matter of the ten sides is? You're right! It is an important celebration of the Lantern Festival, "Saltwater Bee Cannon".

Application of shooting techniques in humanistic documentary

Canon EOS 7D Canon EF-S 15-85mm F3.5-5.6 IS USM focal length 15mm AE AE Aperture F8 shutter 1/100 second ISO400 automatic white balance hand-held photography

Application of shooting techniques in humanistic documentary

Canon EOS 7D Canon EF-S 15-85mm F3.5-5.6 IS USM focal length 15mm AE average aperture F5.6 shutter 1/200 ISO400 automatic white balance RAW hand-held photography

Like the South Bee Cannon, the "North Sky Lantern" is a representative one. There are actually several events in Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival every year. During the Lantern Festival in past years, at least three thematic spots (venues) can be photographed, namely, Jingtong Station (Jingtong elementary school), Pingxi Station (Pingxi middle school) and Tenth Station.( Ten Squares), do not need everyone crowded on the 15th Lantern Festival of the lunar calendar, may as well according to their own time and planning to shoot.

Application of shooting techniques in humanistic documentary

Canon EOS 7D Canon EF-S 15-85mm F3.5-5.6 IS USM focal section 15mm local aperture precondition AE aperture F5.6 shutter 1/60 seconds ISO800 automatic white balance shooting using tripod

Application of shooting techniques in humanistic documentary

Canon EOS 7D Canon EF-S 15-85mm F3.5-5.6 IS USM focal section 30mm manual exposure aperture F6.3 shutter 1/2 second ISO200 automatic white balance shooting using tripod


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