Nothing like a little crisis to get people talking. In the last two weeks I’ve had more editing discussions with my fellow pro editors from all over the country than I have in the last two years. Sharing information and viewpoints is always a good idea. Any regular readers of my blog will know that …
From time to time I’m often asked to help emerging photographers learn about their cameras. I’m always happy to do that. When I was just starting out, I was like a sponge soaking up information from pro photographers who I would meet. I haven’t forgotten their generosity.
So in that spirit, I’m offering a bit of online instruction through my blog. It’s my attempt to break down the basics of using a camera on the manual settings, which is really the only way to make sure your photographs look exactly the way you want them to.
This 101 class pertains to Exposure Basics or how your choice of ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture all work together to create a proper exposure