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+ Shooting Angles
+ Artistic Perspective
+ Dynamic Shots
+ Natural Lighting
+ Composition
+ Telling Story
+ Open Space

Photography DO’s

+ Capture the best in people and the venue
+ Include TFH campus specific environmental details
+ Get creative, but not abstract
+ Capture the unique personality of our pastors
+ Keep production pass visible
+ Steer clear of the production camera crew
+ Respect other photographers and teams


+ Get the shot, but don't distract
+ Be mindful of first time guests
+ Respect the individual worship experience



Aperture, the more open the aperture, the more light the lens lets in, and the shallower the depth of field.

Shutter speed refers to how long the shutter is held open. The lower the slower the shutter speed the sensor can capture light, but also introduces motion blur. A good shutter speed at the Vacaville campus is anything over 1/160

ISO is the light sensitivity of the shutter, the higher the ISO the more grainy noise gets introduced into the image. The lowest ISO you can go without noise, the better.

Be cautious of your camera settings. TOO much ISO creates too much grain in images

This image below is shot on a Sony a6000 E 35mm F1.8 OSS, ISO 2500 ƒ/4 1/60

1/60 is a slow shutter speed that would introduce blur should the subjects be moving fast, an ISO of 2500 has introduced noticeable grain in the image. The photographer was shooting at F4, when the lens was capable of 1.8. The photographer could have shot at ISO 1250 f/1.8 1/320 and produced a better quality image at the same exposure