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Sunny 16 rule - shoot at F 16 and match shutter speed to ISO (1/100 for ISO 100)

Sunny 16 rule - shoot at F 16 and match shutter speed to ISO (1/100 for ISO 100)

And what is 'Sunny 16'? (It simply means that a correct exposure of a front-lit scene will be found at f/16 and at a shutter speed that equals your ISO, e.g. with 100 ISO the correct exposure is f/16 at a 1/100 second AND as long as it is 90 minutes after sunrise and 90 minutes before sunset.)

And what is 'Sunny 16'? (It simply means that a correct exposure of a front-lit scene will be found at f/16 and at a shutter speed that equals your ISO, e.g. with 100 ISO the correct exposure is f/16 at a 1/100 second AND as long as it is 90 minutes after sunrise and 90 minutes before sunset.)

Devils Dyke Sunset 2012 05 13 at 21 27 55 74 Where to Focus When Taking a Photo

Devils Dyke Sunset 2012 05 13 at 21 27 55 74 Where to Focus When Taking a Photo

Long exposure photography can be very dramatic, but you can make it even more spectacular by using it creatively. Learn how from this video tutorial.

Long exposure photography can be very dramatic, but you can make it even more spectacular by using it creatively. Learn how from this video tutorial.

A reference website all about photography - something to browse on a rainy day

A reference website all about photography - something to browse on a rainy day

You have this amazing camera. It cost you a small fortune. But your shots, well, they look no better than the ones you've taken with your camera phone or a point-and-shoot camera. Why? Reason # 1: You’ve spent too much time obsessing over the latest gadgets online that you don’t have time to actually shoot. You've watched every YouTube video review, you've been in every forum, and you’ve read every article about the latest gadgets in the market. With all these time you've spent studying…

You have this amazing camera. It cost you a small fortune. But your shots, well, they look no better than the ones you've taken with your camera phone or a point-and-shoot camera. Why? Reason # 1: You’ve spent too much time obsessing over the latest gadgets online that you don’t have time to actually shoot. You've watched every YouTube video review, you've been in every forum, and you’ve read every article about the latest gadgets in the market. With all these time you've spent studying…

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