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Exposure Triangle (Part 4) – ISO Sensitivity

Welcome again to my blog – this is the fourth post in the “Exposure Triangle” Series: you can read the other posts by clicking their title from the main page or clicking here: Part 1, Part 2 or Part 3. This … Continue reading

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Exposure Triangle (Part 3) – Aperture

So far, we’ve talked about the three main elements in the exposure triangle, and looked in more detail into Shutter Speed. Our next stop is with the “Aperture”. If you don’t remember the theory from the first post in this series, … Continue reading

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Exposure Triangle (Part 2) – Shutter Speed

So, you’ve read Part 1 and are eager to learn more, right? That’s great; you’re in the right place dear reader and thanks for visiting again. Today, you’ll find out more about one of the three key factors discussed in … Continue reading

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Exposure Triangle (Part 1)

Have you ever heard of the “Exposure Triangle”?   The “Exposure Triangle” is a concept that is central to good photography and anyone wanting to take photography more seriously should be aware of its implications. It  essentially represents the relationship … Continue reading

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