Moms with a Camera---- excellent site with lots of information and tips for beginners!

Exposure Tutorial Part Three: What is ISO?

Moms with a Camera---- excellent site with lots of information and tips for beginners!

What is ISO: understanding your camera's sensitivity settings (and the best ways to use them). #photography

What is ISO: camera sensitivity settings (and the best ways to use them)

ISO is all about measuring light.  The brighter it is where you’re taking your photos, the lower your ISO number needs to be.  Therefore if it’s dark and/ or there’s not a lot of …

Exposure Tutorial Part Three: What is ISO?

ISO is all about measuring light. The brighter it is where you’re taking your photos, the lower your ISO number needs to be. Therefore if it’s dark and/ or there’s not a lot of …

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Photography Tips | How to take photos in low light (skip the aperture priority mode step...it doesn't even make sense)

Exposure Tutorial Part Three: What is ISO?

Exposure Tutorial Part Three: What is ISO?

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We also have to remember that the higher our ISO is, the  greater risk our photo is to noise.  What’s noise?  It’s that grainy speckled look that you sometimes see in photos.  In most cases, it’s considered to be undesirable.  The following two photos are examples of images with noise.  I took the photos at about 5:30pm when the sun was going down (no flash).  The kids were right next to our sliding doors, however outdoor light was very limited.  Notice that grainy look on my daughter’s…

Exposure Tutorial Part Three: What is ISO?

We also have to remember that the higher our ISO is, the greater risk our photo is to noise. What’s noise? It’s that grainy speckled look that you sometimes see in photos. In most cases, it’s considered to be undesirable. The following two photos are examples of images with noise. I took the photos at about 5:30pm when the sun was going down (no flash). The kids were right next to our sliding doors, however outdoor light was very limited. Notice that grainy look on my daughter’s…

Exposure Tutorial: What is ISO?

Exposure Tutorial Part Three: What is ISO?

Exposure Tutorial: What is ISO?

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