What Is A Histogram In Photography

What Is A Histogram In Photography

November 19, 2019

A histogram is a graph that shows tone data from your image. Moving to the left side of the histogram represents the darker, black, shadows of a photo. Moving towards the right side represents the lighter, brighter, white portions of a photo.

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The Exposure Triangle In Photography - Putting It All Together

The Exposure Triangle In Photography - Putting It All Together

November 17, 2019

The relationship between aperture, shutter speed, and ISO make up the exposure of a photograph. This is called the “Exposure Triangle”.

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The Exposure Triangle In Photography - ISO

The Exposure Triangle In Photography - ISO

November 16, 2019

ISO is your camera's sensor sensitivity to available light. The ISO setting on a DSLR or mirrorless camera controls this sensitivity.

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The Exposure Triangle In Photography - Shutter Speed

The Exposure Triangle In Photography - Shutter Speed

November 15, 2019

Shutter Speed is the amount of time your camera’s shutter is open. This allows light to pass through to the sensor

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The Exposure Triangle In Photography - Aperture

The Exposure Triangle In Photography - Aperture

November 14, 2019

Aperture is an opening on your lens (a small hole) that light can travel through to your camera's sensor. There are blades there that can be controlled using the aperture dial on the your camera or lens.

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The Exposure Triangle In Photography - Three Simple Steps

The Exposure Triangle In Photography - Three Simple Steps

November 13, 2019

Taking any photograph can be simplified down into three easy steps!
When you expose an image, three things happen every time...

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