Photography Life’s Beginner’s Guide to Exposure #celebratephotography
Any person interested in improving or refreshing their photography skill will find this guide from Photography Life incredibly helpful:
One of the most important topics that any photographer should learn is exposure. Especially if you are just starting out in photography, the technical side of things will not always be intuitive. Your camera has dozens of buttons and hundreds of menu options — how do you even begin to set everything correctly? But it is not as bad as you might think. There are only two camera settings that affect exposure: shutter speed and aperture. These are also the two most important camera settings in all of photography. In this article, we will introduce shutter speed and aperture (as well as a third variable, ISO) and explain in depth how to use them properly. Once you fully understand exposure, you will see your photos will skyrocket in quality.
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