Archive — ISO

The arrival of "spring light" has always been an exciting time for visual people. Experienced photographers are hyper-sensitized to the inherent qualities of four season geographical light. They relish the chance to capture these very different light qualities as they enhance their favorite subject matter. The nuances of subtle seasonal lighting requires that the photographer learn to "see ... when...
Exposure is a pretty crucial element of your photography, but learning how exposure works can be a little tricky. So, for all of you awesome photography novices out there, here's a post that will help you understand how your aperture, shutter speed, and ISO all work together in creating a perfectly exposed photo. Down below you'll see the exposure triangle,...
Bryan Peterson has updated his book "Understanding Exposure" (Amphoto, 2011) yet again, and has successfully created a methodology by which a beginning photographer can start to understand the techniques of using the in-camera metering system in a dSLR or film camera.   Overall, this is a perfect book for people who have recently picked up photography or who have advanced...