Camera Exposure tipsBernie2017-05-29T16:22:12+01:00
Understanding camera exposure
Get to know the three basic elements of camera exposure, and how they work together.
Lens aperture - used to control the amount of light entering the camera.
Shutter Speed - used to control the duration of light entering the camera
ISO - Used to control the sensitivity of your camera's sensor
Aperture or Shutter Speed priority - which one should you use?
Light is the most important criteria in learning photography, it creates the texture around you. Exposure means the amount of light that your camera gathers while taking a photograph, and is the foundation of digital photography.
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