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Hello! Today, we are going to cover the first component of the Exposure Triangle: Shutter Speed. You may remember from our previous lesson that the exposure triangle refers to the three primary settings that control how your camera handles light. Understanding these components is vital to learning how to move away from the auto setting and into manual. Not to worry, […]

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Okay, so this is totally not a photography post. But if you get to know me as a person, you will know there is more to me than just photography. I am multi-dimensional. So there, ha! And, even though, I will be the first to admit, I am pretty obsessed with photography, I am also […]

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So, now we are on the third and final component of the exposure triangle, ISO. As you remember to obtain proper exposure you must balance shutter speed, aperture, and ISO together letting in more or less light to achieve your desired affect. As you may remember besides managing light flow into the camera, shutter speed […]

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Welcome to Chapter 2: Balancing Light. In our previous chapter, we talked about how to read and measure the light in an image by looking at your in-camera meter and your histogram. Up until now, if you are shooting in auto, your camera has been balancing the light for you to get a properly exposed photo. Now […]

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Welcome back! In my first post, Introduction to Photography through Light, I briefly introduced the concept that you camera measures light in monotones. Where one extreme is solid black or darkness and the other extreme is solid white or brightness. Right in the middle of these two extremes is neutral gray, which conceptually is “proper exposure”. Thankfully, getting an […]

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