Photography Tutorial: ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed

By | November 29, 2017

Photography Tutorial: ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed

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20 thoughts on “Photography Tutorial: ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed

  1. kikittykiana

    I love these tips! Gonna use them for my instagram.
    Follow me @kikittykiana

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  2. Bill Zidis

    After working so many years as a photographer that video reminds me how good is to refresh your memory…Maybe not the most professional looking video on the youtube but for sure the most easy to understand.Great job mates !

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  3. Keith Clark

    Great video guys. Makes it "relatively" simple.
    I need some help though
    I recently purchased the Sony A6300 and have very little experience. I have now been tasked to capture my Son's marriage proposal in Hawaii. Not to say this is important but the phrase my wife used was "life or death"
    I'm trying to capture the facial expression, ocean, waves, clouds sunset… all in focus and in color???
    I could use some help for a fool proof result. Any tips on accomplishing this feat?

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  4. um_mili

    This video is definitely the most useful and understandable photography video that I could find this was so useful and very friendly and more beginners should definitely see this thanks so much

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  5. Huckleberry Rock Fishing & Outdoors

    Thank you so very much for making this. I am a beginner photographer that is trying to branch out beyond my iPhone 6 and get more comfortable using my Nikon D3300. Shooting at night is something that I have severe difficulty doing, but I am trying to overcome it. Last night, I went and shot our Christmas tree lighting and fireworks display. I messed with the ISO and Aperture settings, as I primarily shoot in Aperture Priority and when doing motion, with plenty of light, Shutter Priority. It is so easy to get stuck on a smartphone, being it Android or iPhone, but doing my best to get away from just using my phone.

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  6. GuppyGTmoney

    i saw this very beautiful sky before sunset today and i put it on manual mode i take a lot of picture and i set my Aperture and shutter speed correctly but than i forgot about the ISO was on Auto and when i upload my SD card to the PC and the picture was way to Noisy for me to keep it :(.

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  7. RangoProductions

    really nice video, why is that guy so sad though? smile a little 🙂

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  8. Jamie Warren

    Omg, I've watched so many videos trying to figure out what the heck all that means, and your video was the only one that really made sense. Your presentation was great, and your visual examples of specific situations was very helpful. I clicked this video not knowing how to explain any camera settings confidently, and by the end, I feel like I know what those settings do now. I am so excited to play with these now. My photography skills will improve greatly thanks to you.

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  9. Blue Unicorn

    So you don't consider a crop sensor camera to be a photography camera like a full frame camera huh huh? Careful there, because there is a very fine line between arrogance and stupidity. I started into photography in 1953 with a medium format camera. I I can well remember the sniggers and remarks of derision about people who used a 35mm (full frame as you call it) being little more than a toy for kids to play with. The only different in performance of a crop or full frame camera these days is related to the inflated egos of the owners.

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  10. Sapo Tonto

    How you get that effect with a Compact Camara. I got Cannon SX50 and i can not get this effect, whats wrong?
    Happy thanksgiving 2017, i hope you answer me.

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