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The digital photography
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– Module 3

The contents of this publication - Module 3 are based on the work of Oreste Di Cristino. All the information is in english and is supported by photographs, images, graphics and illustrations.

Editing, layout, graphic design,
photography, studio and production shots: Oreste Di Cristino.

English proof reader:
Anita Magnenat-Parisi.


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The key elements of the exposureThe exposure triangleWhat is aperture?The meaning of f-numbersLight quantity and apertureShutter speedStops and shutter speedShutter speed range and long time exposure How to choose shutter speed Shutter speed and artistic effects to our photographsSlow shutter speed to create blurring effects and motion Slow shutter speed and panningHow high shutter speed can affect our photographs Understanding ISOWhat is "noise" in photography?When to use high ISO?Lowest and widest ISO range When is an extremely low/high ISO necessary? Understanding auto ISO control Creativity with high ISO values Conclusion and terminology used in this tutorial

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Location: Lausanne, Switzerland.
Hand-held photo with Nikon D810, lens 24-70 mm.
Aperture: f/9, shutter speed: 1/350s, ISO: 200, focal length: 24 mm.

 
     
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