Join Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke for an in-depth discussion in this video Changing ISO, part of Photography 101.
- For the next shot, we're going to play…with changing the ISO to get the shot that we want.…So you might be thinking, why would we need…to change the ISO, we're out in…full daylight here, you can shoot at 100, 200,…something like that, you'll be fine.…Well, here's the thing.…I want to get a specific type of shot…that's going to basically really limit…the amount of light that's coming to the sensor,…so I will need to increase the ISO to make that work.…So here's what I want to do.…I want to have a very fast shutter speed to start.…A very fast shutter speed will freeze her hair…that's flying around in the wind,…but it also means that the light hitting the sensor…is going to hit it for a very, very short amount of time.…
So I've got that working against me.…Next, I want a very large depth of field.…Large depth of field means I have to…stop the aperture way down.…By stopping it way down, I am really…restricting the amount of light coming in,…so I'm bringing very little light…and bringing it in for a very short amount of time.…
- Adjusting aperture, shutter speed, and ISO
- Controlling autofocus
- Using buttons to change focus, metering, and shooting modes
- Carrying a camera like a pro
- Stabilizing the camera
- Working with flash
- Thinking creatively and changing your point of view
- Buying new gear
Skill Level Beginner
1. Carry and Hold A Camera Like a Pro
2. Stabilize the Camera
3. P Is Not for Perfect
4. Settings in the Real World
5. Push Your Buttons
6. Control Your Auto Focus
Focus peaking1m 21s
8. Change Your Point of View
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