Revisit Exposure in Flash Photography


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Exposure revisited

To work effectively with a flash you must have a solid understanding of exposures, so we're going to review a couple of things here. Exposure of course is that combination of shutter speed, aperture, and ISO settings that yield a Given the level of brightness in your final image. What's more your exposure settings provide you with control of motion stopping in your image, as well as depth of field, and the amount of visual noise. The word exposure derives from the fact that when you press the shutter button on your camera The image sensor is exposed to light for a certain amount of time.

How long it is exposed to light is controlled by your shutter speed setting. Shutter speed is pretty intuitive. A longer shutter speed means that the image sensor is exposed to more light. The lens in your camera has an aperature which can be opened or closed. An aperture that is open wider Allows more light to hit the sensor during the time that the shutter is open in addition different aperture settings ef...

Exposure revisited
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