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ISO the primary pillar of camera exposure triangle

The Last Guide About ISO You Will Ever Need

ISO is actually NOT an acronym. It is a word which is pronounced “Eye-So”. It is a measure of the degree of sensitiveness of the camera sensor to light.

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Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens for Canon Cameras. The Nifty Fifty lens

6 Reasons Why The “Nifty Fifty” Is The Next Upgrade From Your Kit Lens

We photographers refer to the classic 50mm prime lens as the “Nifty Fifty”. “Nifty” because is it one of the most versatile, sharp, all-around lens that you

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F-stop vs T=stops explained

F-stops Vs T-Stops | Which One Should You Use?

In the world of photography, you really wouldn’t see T-stops used in many places.However in video/filmmaking sphere,all you WILL see are T-stops.This is why

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A girl with some some Christmas light and a blurred out background

How To Get A Blurry Background With Almost Any Camera

First, we need to understand the basics. The blurry part of the background is nothing but the part of the image that you as a photographer have chosen to EXCLUDE

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Panning shot of a man on a bike

The Art Of Camera Panning | How To Introduce Motion In The Frame

Panning in the context of still photography refers to a particular technique where a slow shutter speed is used in conjunction with a fixed camera to….

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Aperture Buzz Comprehensive Beginner's Guid

Camera Aperture | A Comprehensive Guide For Beginners

An aperture in plain simple English means a hole or a gap. In photography, it refers to a hole/opening at the back of the lens..

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Exposure Triangle Aperture Shutter Speed ISO

Exposure Triangle Understanding Aperture, Shutter Speed & ISO

Exposure Triangle, you may have heard photographers use the phrase many times and wondered what on earth is it?

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