Chapter 5 – The Exposure Triangle

Digital color representation with the 255 scale

Figure 44. Digital color representation with the 255 scale

How ISO works. A value of 1 = white. A value of 0 = black. The higher the ISO, the lower the artificial cap and the less light is needed

Figure 45. How ISO works. A value of 1 = white. A value of 0 = black. The higher the ISO, the lower the artificial cap and the less light is needed

Series of shots taken at varying shutter speeds from slow to fast

Figure 46. Series of shots taken at varying shutter speeds from slow to fast

Effect of focal length on angle of view and camera movement

Figure 47. Effect of focal length on angle of view and camera movement

 

 

Crop sensor vs. full-frame sensor shots taken on same 50mm lens. The crop sensor shot looks like a full-frame shot with an 80mm lens.

Figure 48. Crop sensor vs. full-frame sensor shots taken on same 50mm lens. The crop sensor shot looks like a full-frame shot with an 80mm lens.

How aperture works in your camera lens. A. Aperture openings large to small from left to right B. The diaphragm inside your camera lens highlighted in red

Figure 49. How aperture works in your camera lens. A. Aperture openings large to small from left to right B. The diaphragm inside your camera lens highlighted in red

Series of shots taken at varying f/stops from low to high

Figure 50. Series of shots taken at varying f/stops from low to high

Composition for group shots. Rows are better than long lines.

Figure 51. Composition for group shots. Rows are better than long lines.

Example aperture settings for shots of one person.

Figure 52. Example aperture settings for shots of one person.

Example aperture settings for shots of landscapes and still life.

Figure 53. Example aperture settings for shots of landscapes and still life.

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