Exposure Triangle

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Exposure Triangle

The three elements of an exposure triangle are iso aperture and shutter speed. A photograph's exposure determines how light or dark an image will appear when it's been captured by your camera.
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Shutter Speed

Shutter speed is how long the shutter on your camera opens and closes. If you have a lot of light your shutter will open and close really fast, and vise versa. The faster the shutter speed the sharper your image will look.

Use a fast shutter speed when your taking a picture of something moving fast. Use a slow a shutter speed when you want a blur in the back round and to be focused on the object your photographing.

Aperture

A device that controls the amount of light admitted through an opening. In photography and digital photography aperture is the unit of measurement that defines the size of the opening in the lens. You can adjust aperture by adjusting your f-stop.

Aperture is all about death of field. That just means how blurry or sharp the background is in your picture .

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ISO

ISO is how sensitive your camera is to light. The lower ISO the less sensitive your camera is to light, the higher ISO the more sensitive it is to light. The normal range of ISO is anywhere from 200 to 1600.

Using 100 ISO will give you the crisp image you want. But in low light conditions a higer ISO will make up for that.

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White balance

We adjust white balance in your photos to get the color as accurate as possible.