Join Derrick Story for an in-depth discussion in this video Reviewing images with different ISOs, part of Getting Pro Results from a Compact Camera.
So when we were in the studio, we talked a lot about turning off the flash and…working in with existing light.…So what does that mean in terms of working your camera?…Chances are it means you're going to have to raise the ISO setting and what are…the ramifications of that.…So that's why I want to show you here. I have examples, so you can see exactly…what you are getting into when you turn off the flash.…But first I want to compare an existing light shot here, such as this one shot…at ISO 400 with a flash shot to show you the reason why we would even consider…this in the first place.…
Here's the 400 shot right here and you notice there is still even at ISO 400…lots of subtle detail. The shading is really beautiful.…The flash shot is just blown out.…Again, I am not saying turn the flash off all the time, but sometimes it's…really worth it to turn it off and work with these ISO settings.…So this is why we're looking at right now why I am even asking you to consider this.…So if you do that then you have to sort of learn what the limits are for your…
- Understanding ISO
- Stitching a panorama
- Using exposure lock
- Using the flash indoors and out
- Adapting professional techniques to small cameras