Exposure Triangle

Tatum Ralston

Exposure triangle

How light or dark an image is that has been taken
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ISO

It determines how much light is let in to your photo. Or how sensitive your photo is tours light. ISO ranges from 100 - 2300 depending upon what kind of camera you have. you change it by pressing the top arrow and you use the knob on the top. http://digital-photography-school.com/lens-comparison-24-70mm-f2-8-canon-versus-tamron/
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Aperture

Aperture is located in the lens. They expand when there is more light when you're outside. when inside in a darker room it should be sit on one of the lowest so you're able to get the picture. the size of the aperture lens is measured in f - stop. The depth of field is when you're camera is focused on one thing and it blurs out everything else in the back ground. http://digital-photography-school.com/seeing-in-depth-of-field-a-simple-understanding-of-aperture/
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Shutter Speed

It is how long the camera shutter is open for. You would what to use a fast shutter speed if you were trying to take a picture of someone running or something going fast so you're able to get a good picture. You'll want to use a slow shutter speed when you're taking picture of someone trying to draw with light so the image turns out. http://digital-photography-school.com/demystifying-shutter-speed/
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white balance

They have cooler temperature and warm temperature and a mid temperature. The white balance neutralizes the color so it changes all of the lighting/ coloring in it. you are able to choose what mood you want it in before taking the picture. http://digital-photography-school.com/setting-the-mood-by-adjusting-your-white-balance/
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Understanding Exposure: The Exposure Triangle with Mark Wallace