- The ability to change ISO from shot to shot…is one of the great boons of digital photography.…When you're shooting with film,…you choose an ISO when you buy a roll of film…and you're stuck with it for the duration of the roll.…As you've hopefully seen by now,…being able to shift your ISO at any time…affords you all sorts of flexibility.…For example, when shooting in low light,…an increase in ISO can allow you to keep your shutter speed…at a more usable speed.…However, as you might have already experienced,…shooting at higher ISOs means images…with more visible noise in them.…
Noise in a digital photo usually comes in two flavors.…Luminance noise, which looks like a speckled pattern,…and chrominance noise, which appears as colored splotches.…Of the two, luminance noise is the least troublesome…and can actually be attractive…because it often looks like film grain.…Chrominance noise is never attractive,…as far as I'm concerned.…It makes your images look like they were captured…with a lousy VHS video camera.…Fortunately, these days,…
- Shooting sharp images
- Assessing your camera's high ISO options
- How aperture affects depth of field
- Lens speed
- Previewing depth of field
- Depth of field in the real world
- Manual mode
- Controlling motion
- Shooting raw
- Shooting with post-production in mind
Skill Level Beginner
Learning Natural Light Portrait Photographywith Chris Orwig2h 30m Intermediate
1. Shutter Speed in Depth
2. Aperture in Depth
3. More Shooting Modes
4. Shooting Strategies
Where to go from here2m 53s
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