In this episode of Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace, Mark introduces the basics of proper exposure with the exposure triangle. The first part of a mini-series of videos about fundamental camera settings, Mark takes us right back to the beginning and explains what we need to get the perfect exposure based on aperture, shutter speed and ISO.
In this episode, the second in the Exposure Triangle series, Mark explains what stops are.
Mark will show us exactly what stops mean when setting up your shutter, aperture and ISO settings.
In this episode, the third in the Exposure Triangle series, Mark shows us how aperture and lens choice affect depth of field.
Slow shutter speed vs. fast shutter speed. What does it really do? In Part 4 of the Exposure Triangle series Mark explains how the shutter controls motion and gives some basic rules of thumb for shutter speeds when shooting handheld.
In the 5th part of the Exposure Triangle series Mark Wallace explains Aperture Values. What does the “f” in f/2.8 mean? Why is 2.8 a large opening and 16 a small opening? Why do aperture values change when you zoom your lens? All of this is explained in this episode!
Auto ISO is a very helpful feature found on most cameras but it can be a little confusing how it interacts with the aperture and shutter speed. In this episode of Exploring Photography, Mark Wallace takes us through how auto ISO works and how you can control it to work with the kind of photography you want to do.