Freitag, 15. Juli 2011

Photography basics

Basicly these are the three parameters that affect how your picture looks. Each of these change the exposure of the Picture in a very different way:

Aperture. The aperture is the hole on your lens through which light travels before it hits the sensor. If you open up the aperture, more light enters the camera, and the image appears brighter. If you close the aperture, less light enters the camera, and the image appears darker.
Shutter Speed. When you adjust your shutter speed, you’re changing the duration of time the shutter stays open to allow light into the camera. If the shutter is open longer, more light will enter the camera and hit the sensor. But if you increase the shutter speed, the shutter opens for a shorter period of time and less light hits the sensor overall. This will result in a darker image.
ISO Speed. This is a number that determines the image sensor’s sensitivity to light. If it’s more sensitive, you’ll end up with a brighter image. If it’s less sensitive, you’ll end up with a darker image. ISO speed also impacts the graininess of an image. If you pick a really high ISO speed, the resulting image will be much more grainy than if you were to use a low ISO speed.
ISO 400
ISO 100
Ihope Icould help you to understand your camera better.

Kommentare:

  1. My friends only appreciate a camera by it's megapixels. I've been trying my whole live to convince them that that isn't the only thing that matters. This made it a bit easier. Thanks!

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  2. Im forwarding this to my brother who is very into photography. Im sure he will appreciate this.

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  3. My mom has been really into photography my whole life, so I knew what these things were, but I've never seen them summarized so well before.

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  4. Oooh, I had no idea what ISO was. Your explanation was very clear, thank you!

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  5. Great succinct write up! Learn something new everyday, and this was my something for today, thanks!

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  6. I'm going to buy a camera next week. I'm a hobby photographer as well, but I also didn't know what ISO was ;) Thanks!

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  7. I'm glad there's more people that aren't obsessed with the megapixels and size of their lens.
    Thanks for the post.

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  8. A good photographer is a rare find these days.

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  9. Really interesting. I think I'm gonna save this post on my PC with your permission

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  10. Pretty complicated... had to read the article twice to make sure I understood everything!

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  11. Useful posts who everybody who wants to start off with photography! Can you tell us something about depth of field? I'm very interested in this topic because I love macro phtography.

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  12. thanks for the tip! :) once again!

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  13. First time I tried to do stuff with my camera was with an open tap, capturing the water flowing with differents configurations, since "stop time water" to "silk water".

    But I dont like to overcompicate myself, at the end I do the photos in automatic XD

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  14. Oh lawd. Everything I need to know about photography in one blog. Awesome and +followed!

    Will need this to take pics of my anime models. ;P

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  15. deffinetely gonna interest my amateur hipster photographer friends :p

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  16. Very good post! Nice info here :)

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  17. Thanks for the info, I've always wondered about that.

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  18. Ya know, I always wondered about the ISO settings on my cell phone cameras... nice to know!

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  19. interesting. i have a few friends really interested in photography. i will show them this website

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  20. I have been thinking about getting into Photography. Thanks for a blog that breaks it down for me!

    Following

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  21. This was actually really helpful. Thanks man.

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