Photography Tutorial – ISO Made Easy

By | November 29, 2017

Understand the mysteries of ISO: when to change it and when to leave it alone.

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DIY Photography hacks and DIY Photography ideas! In this DIY Photography video I show you 5 easy DIY photography hacks that you can do with day to day objects and improve your photography. This Photography DIY covers DIY Reflector, DIY Macro, DIY ND Filter, DIY Reflection, DIY Bokeh. These DIY ideas are great for photography beginners and amateurs.

No matter what DSLR or Camera do you own. These DIY photography ideas will surely help you.

DIY ND filter will allow you to capture long exposure even in day time. DIY Reflector can be used to reflect light and capture amazing portraits with amazing light. DIY Bokeh backdrop will be a great and a handy backdrop for capturing bokehlicious photos. DIY Mobile reflection will allow you to capture unique reflections. DIY Macro reflection will give amazing macro images.

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These DIY Photography ideas are perfect for a photographer.

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Gears used in the video: [Thanks Youtube Space Mumbai]
Canon 1dx Mark II
Sony A7S Mark II
Canon 24mm Cine Lens
Canon 85mm Cine Lens
Canon 50mm f/1.2 Lens

Gears I use:
Nikon D750
Nikon 50mm f/1.8
Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8
Rode Smartlav+
Benro A650F Tripod + BH2 Head + Manfrotto PIXI
Macbook Pro 15″ (2016)

40 thoughts on “Photography Tutorial – ISO Made Easy

  1. X X

    So if I want to take a pic of stars at night and don't want to wait hours taking it, where do I start?

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  2. C. Chege

    Just note the ISO definition is a joke, it simply means International Standards Organisation.

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  3. Knownot Gaming

    Man I have been looking for a good tutorial for iso like this for aaages. Too many people are obsessed with how the numbers are weird. This actually explained how it compensates the other aspects.

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  4. The Vertical View Media

    Blasphemer, Blasphemer!, thou shalt be lensed to death. πŸ˜€

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  5. Mar. WorldPeace

    You really look like a Catholic Priest tho πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  6. Dida Damanik

    sorry i am a novice. can you teach me about your calculation, how can iso 100 higher up 3 stops become iso 800 and shutter speed 1/160 become 1/1250? is there a way to consider best shutter speed to shot?

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  7. Melanie A

    I love the beginning of this video. Hilarious and makes me want to watch more!

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  8. KlassyKat45

    Unless you're a professional or have a solid grip on photography and how to use ISO, it's pointless. I shoot in Aperture priority and Auto ISO. The only thing I change the F stops and even that's a guess. Too many numbers.

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  9. Saurav Sinha

    Hey guys! Back with another video and this time it's based on simple DIY photography hacks. Hope you enjoyed it πŸ™‚ Thank you YouTube Space Mumbai for the support πŸ™‚

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  10. Winz Naive

    You've just earned a subscriber, you're a big help, better tuan the rrst, kess commercialized, more subject matter

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  11. cyberazs

    Hi Saurav, i am new in the world of professional photography.
    Your videos are video informative and i am learning a lot.
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  14. Rock-n-Roll trips and adventures

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