Exposure Triangle

By Danny Bolanos

Exposure Triangle

In the use of a camera there are 3 controls which are ISO,aperture,Shutter speed.
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Shutter Speed

Shutter Speed is the length of time when the film inside the camera is exposed to light. Use slow shutter speed when it is dark and you need to let more light in the camera. And lets you get some blur into the photo.

http://www.digital-photography-tips.net/shutter-speed-creative.html

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Aperture

Aperture is a opening hole or gap which light passes through a camera.

You may use this for portraits,lanscapes,goodlight or a sunnyday. For depth of field as soon as a person/object falls into it you will begin to lose focus. Depth of field is determined by 3 things Aperture size, distance of the lens and focal length of the lens.

http://www.cnet.com/how-to/dslr-tips-for-beginners-how-to-use-aperture-priority-mode/

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ISO

ISO works with the lower the number is the less sensitive it is to light. When ever there is a lot of light in the room you should use a low ISO. And where there is not enough light in the room you should use a high ISO.

http://www.digitaltrends.com/photography/what-is-iso-camera-settings-explained/

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White Balance

White Balance is the process of removing color so that objects will appear white. There are steps to using white balance. Step 1 position the card. Step 2 Shoot the card. Step 3 Delve into the menu. Step 4 set the white balance.

http://www.digitalcameraworld.com/2012/05/23/how-to-set-custom-white-balance-for-perfect-colours/

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