How's it going everybody?
My name is john. I'm a photographer in Orlando, Florida.
Okay, so today we're going to be talking quickly about ISO in your photography and checking your ISO as you shoot photos. Now, if you get up to maybe 1600, 2000 or even 2400 ISO, you might start to introduce some noise or color grain into your into your photographs that you might not want.
What Do You Do?
Double check your ISO as you go. Even if you're shooting in auto mode, even if you're not shooting in manual mode! You can be shooting in auto mode, but still need to check! Take an image and check it. You can look at the settings on your photo review screen.
Check your image and see if the camera is choosing some really wacky ISO like 5000 or 6000 or something that's going to be introducing lots of noise into your photo. You can make adjustments as you go.
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I will talk to everybody again tomorrow.
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