[Photography tips] ⠀ 1 ⠀ With this short tutorial I will explain how a camera works. ⠀ The camera works according to three values: Shooting Speed, Aperture Diaphragm and ISO. ⠀ Shooting Speed represents the shutter speed: more light will enter if it will be slow (1/60 or under) and vice-versa. ⠀ Aperture (F1.4, F2, F2.8, etc.): determines the amount of light that passes through the lens; less light will enter if it will be closed and vice-versa. ⠀ The ISOs represent the sensitivity to light; the sensor will be less sensitive to the light if the ISOs will be low (raising the ISOs will result in a loss of quality). ⠀ ⠀ All three work together, you cannot change one without affecting the other two. ⠀ You can also create effects: Slow Shooting Speed in motion create blurred images (e.g. the Panning effect), while Fast Shooting Speed create defined images; if the Diaphragm is open you will have a blurred effect, if it is closed you will have a sharp photo. * * *
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