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Film Speed & ISO Tutorial For Beginning Photography

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Beginner Photography - ISO

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What is ISO?



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How to Shoot Manual on your DSLR for Beginners

I hope you enjoy this tutorial! What mode do you use when you're out shooting? Have you ever tried using Manual? Tell me your experiences!

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How to Shoot 35mm Film (Story 1)

Film Camera: Canon A1 with a 50mm f/1.4 Canon lens -- FujiColor Superia 200
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This is our first STORY in our new Snippet/Story style and we are so very excited to share it with you.

This week we tried to weave the beautiful experience of film photography with a bit of a how-to-video with the hopes of inspiring you to get out and capture your environment.

The entire experience of shooting film from choosing your film stock, to manually loading the film, to the sexy sound of winding the film after each photo, well it all just begs you to slow down, to focus on the moment at hand, and take it all in and then... the most important part... to stay present. No checking how the photo turned out, no re-taking the selfie, not even the need to see how many likes it got. Nope, a film camera gives you the luxury of hoping that you captured the moment and letting that be enough.

And while I can go on and on about the lessons that film has already taught me - and this was just my first roll ! - the main thing that making this story taught me is how lucky I am to have a partner as patient and thoughtful as Lou! His work ethic is unlike anyone I have ever met and the passion he pours into creating these beautiful moments each week never ceases to amaze me.

I'm grateful for this week's video for reminding me of time spent: hanging at second hand camera stores, capturing special moments with dear friends, and enjoying perfect moments of summer when you feel surrounded by love.


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Camera Setting 101 For Beginners | Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

In the video I go over the camera settings that you need to know to set a perfectly exposed picture when you shoot in Manual mode.

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Digital Camera Modes: What do the symbols mean?

Digital Camera Modes: What do the symbols mean?

Today I want to talk about digital camera modes and what exactly all those symbols on your camera mean.

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SHUTTER SPEED, APERTURE, and ISO. Explained.

Shutter speed, Aperture, and ISO explained!

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On this episode, I'll be showing you the basics of using a DSLR camera and what you need to know to achieve the best shots!

Learning to use a DSLR can be tough at first, but hopefully, this tutorial will help you in getting to know your camera a bit better.

So if you're brand new to DSLR photographer, the first thing that you will see is the different modes on the dial on the top of your camera. You'll notice all the automatic modes and then the four manual modes. These include:

P mode - Programmed automatic.

This mode is kind of a semi-manual mode which is used mostly for beginners. I think it's best we move onto the modes which allow for greater control over our images.

S(TV) mode- Shutter speed

This setting is pretty self-explanatory. The S mode controls the speed at which the shutter opens and closes. This also controls the amount of light which is let onto the sensor but does not visibly affect the depth of field such as the aperture does.

The S mode can also be very useful when shooting in low light because you don't want to get your subject or what you're taking a photo of to be blurry.

When shooting in dimmed light I would suggest shooting at a shutter speed high than 1/60 of a second otherwise you will have to use a tripod to stabilize your shots.

In the case of long exposures, you will also want to control the shutter speed. I think anything past a few seconds could be considered a long exposure. Just remember to keep your camera on a tripod to prevent blur!


A(AV) mode - Aperture priority

I use this mode most frequently as I want to control the depth of field in my shots unless I'm working with very specific lighting situations.

What is aperture ?

Aperture is basically the hole in your lens that controls the amount of light let onto the sensor. So you can think about your aperture as the pupil of your eye. When your pupil expands, it lets in more light onto the back of your eye. When it closes, it lets in less light. This is exactly the same as the aperture, although the aperture does control the depth of field in each shot as well.

By using a low aperture this means that you are letting more light into the camera and getting a shallower depth of field.

- Best used for portrait photography to achieve a blurry background and have the subject nice and clear and in focus. This makes the subject the main attention of the shot.

By using a higher aperture, you are letting in less light and achieving a broader depth of field.

- Best used for landscape photography where you let in less light creating a broader depth of field to get everything in full focus.

Learning the aperture is probably the most confusing part of this process. Once you've become accustomed to it though, it will become easier. The problem comes when trying to measure aperture.

So the smaller aperture is measured by a larger number (f/22)
but a larger aperture is measured by a lower number (f/1.8)

So just in summary, a lower aperture means a lower F stop such as f1.8. Therefore letting in more light and achieving a shallower depth of field.

A higher aperture will have a larger number, letting in less light and having a broader depth of field.

I really hope that explanation makes some sense. I understand that it can be confusing. I think that the best thing to do is just to go out and take as many pictures as you can with as many different setting as you can and see what each setting does.

M mode - Full Manuel

This mode allows you to control all the settings of your camera.
Everything from the aperture, shutter speed, iso and white balance.

I don't recommend using manual for everyday shooting unless you're working with a planned shoot where you can actually sit down and compose the shot and take your time.
If you don't have the luxury of time, I suggest putting it onto aperture priority and just controlling the depth of field.

What is ISO ?

The sensitivity towards light from your camera. Be care when pushing the iso up too far though as the higher you push the iso the less quality the image retains.

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Simple DSLR camera setting analogy for shutter, aperture and iso

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Exposure Triangle Explained (For Beginners)

So the Exposure triangle can seem a bit confusing at first. But it is really simple. If you are a beginning photographer or just want to understand what the exposure triangle is, Here is a quick video to explain how the manual basic manual settings create more and less light in your images. This is a Exposure triangle for dummies but it might even help the novice photographer understand the exposure triangle from a new perspective.
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Aperture Priority Issue

Min. shutter speed setting in Auto ISO has no bearing on how shutter speed changes in aperture priority mode. here's the evidence!

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This is a quick video of how to get car trails and motion blur using long exposure at night!

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HOW I LEARNED PHOTOGRAPHY - Tips & Advice For Beginners

How I learned photography, including tips/advice for beginners or anyone who wants to take better photos. I’m so excited for this series and poured a ton of hours & soul into the first episode. It’s such a joy sharing this passion with you. Thank you for being here.
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Beginner Photography - Av Mode (Aperture Priority Mode)

Aperture priority mode allows you to control the aperture and have the camera take care of the rest.

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