Today I am sharing a post with permission by Charlie Borland, Enjoy!
Written by: Charlie Borland
As we document the world with our cameras, light is a crucial ingredient to successful photographs. It’s that light that tells the story we want told. It tells us the shape of the ...
Shutter Speed, the third part of the Exposure Triangle has several effects that help us.
1. If slowed down, can cause motion or blur effect.
2. If very fast, can stop a subject in motion.
3. If fast enough, can help to create an image handholding the camera.
An example of using a ...
Aperture, is a mechanized device within a lens that opens and closes to adjust the amount of light entering the camera body effecting the exposure. With ISO determining the sensitivity of the film or sensor, the combination of the aperture and the shutter speed determine the amount of...
The secret to creating an image with your camera that looks like what you see is take a proper exposure.
The exposure is controlled by 3 things:
1. ISO - Film speed or sensor sensitivity.
2. Shutter speed - How quickly the film or sensor is exposed to the subject to create an image.
Philip Hyde was one of a few photographers years ago that used their images to effect legislation about the environment. Watch the short video about Philip and notice his use of light in his images.
I was born and raised in Northeast Ohio and have had a love of the outdoors since childhood. In high school I began taking pictures as a sophomore at Marlington High School with the guidance and instruction of Tim Gross. By my junior year, I was taking pictures for the Scenario, the Marlington High ...
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