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Today im starting a new series called "What is..." In this series i plan to share what is ISO, aperture, shutter speed and etc. I thought it'll be helpful to share these information for beginners as it is tricky getting into manuel mode. For me, in the beginning it was daunting but as time passes with practice. It got easier and i had many more options as to how i want to shoot my frame. Today i will share "What is ISO". In the caption below i will share all the information and at the same time share some image examples.
One of the three pillars of photography that can dramatically affect the look of your images is camera ISO (the other two being shutter speed and aperture, which will be in the upcoming posts). In very basic terms, ISO is simply a camera setting that will brighten or darken a photo. As you increase your ISO number, your photos will grow progressively brighter. For that reason, ISO is a good tool to help you capture images in dark environments or be more flexible about your aperture and shutter speed settings.
However, raising your ISO has consequences. A photo taken at too high of an ISO will show a lot of grain, also known as noise, and might not be usable.
The lowest native ISO on your camera is your “base ISO”, which is 100. This is a very important setting, because it gives you the potential to produce the highest image quality, minimizing the visibility of noise as much as possible. - photographylife.com
Examples are given at the top, make sure you swipee!
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