Iso, Shutter Speed, Aperture Explained
Shutter speed affects amount of time sensor is exposed to light
Faster shutter speed means darker photo
Fast shutter speed captures motion and action. Good for sports, jumpshots, quick moving items.
Slow shutter speeds are good for light trails, continuity, blurred effects
Shutter speeds are measured in seconds
ISO: settings to brighten and darken photos
Base ISO and noise
ISO value and brightness
Aperture: the size of the light hole on a camera
Depth of Field. Large aperture= shallow depth of field
Small aperture=deeper depth of field
Wide apertures
Narrow apertures
Using aperture and ISO together
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