Art of Everyday Photography Move Toward Manual and Make by Susan Tuttle

By Susan Tuttle

During this easy-to-understand e-book, Susan Tuttle encourages the reader to get her digital camera out of «auto mode» and at last use its good points to create appealing images shooting the standard moments of existence, together with portraiture, panorama, still-life scenes, nutrition, puppy images, highway images and extra. as well as digicam fundamentals, Susan contains many information and methods for purchasing the main out of phone cameras and photograph apps.

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Yay! But, wait … the trade-off of a high ISO = graininess in 45 less-expensive DSLRs and reduced image quality in nongrainy full-frame DSLRs. Choose a low ISO number (slow speed) for bright-light situations, which will make your image sensor less sensitive to the light, and a higher ISO setting (faster speed) for low-light situations, to make your sensor more sensitive to the available light. Most DSLRs start to see graininess at ISO 400, which gets worse as you increase the ISO speed. Full-frame cameras will not see as much grain with faster ISO speeds.

Here it comes …. You took the words right out of my mouth …. Increasing ISO one full stop from say 100 to 200 doubles the sensor’s sensitivity to light, just as decreasing it one full stop from say 400 to 200 halves it. Now we know that all three components of the exposure triangle—aperture, shutter speed and ISO—operate on 50 this same principle. What significance does this have? Now it is time to find out. The Halving and Doubling of Light Principle Whether a full stop of light comes from aperture, shutter speed or ISO, it has the exact same effect on exposure.

You may also be asking why you need to understand how f-numbers work. It is because you can control aperture size to create a variety of interesting and creative effects, which leads me to my next point. The size of the aperture not only controls the amount of light let into the lens, but it also controls depth of field (DOF). DOF is the portion of your photograph that is in focus. Manipulating DOF can yield some very creative photos. You will notice that outside of your scene’s DOF, objects become blurry.

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