Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by atwl77, Aug 18, 2003.
lazy man's job .. take also dunn how to take straight..
hm..if ISO is light sensitivity and aperture is the opening size of the shutter, what about exposure?
Back to topic....
Exposure is affected by 3 things, aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. Exposure is just the amount of light.
ermm..so if i adjust the exposure, all three of those things change?
errrm ? .. i dont think you can adjust exposure right ?
It's more like you adjust any of those 3, exposure will change!
exposure - pembolehubah bertindakbalas
those 3 - pembolehubah dimanupulasikan
ok .. i forgot what are those terms in english ..
nice, thanks for the info, I am actually kinda looking to buy a digital cam (an inexpensive yet good one), it will come in handy, thanks for the info.
I think there's a major flaw in this statement...
But that's the basic idea.
err..some simple digicams can only let u adjust the exposure...
err.. no .. not really .. i know quite a number of digicams.. you can adjust EV shift, ISO .. shutter speed is rare
what is telephoto?
ok..a question here..
when i switch my can to 'M' mode, i can adjust both aperture and shutter speed...
the smallest my cam's aperture can go is F2.8. when i take pics, i hav to decrease the shutter speed ALOT to capture images tht's bright enough...how can i solve this? setting the shutter speed too slow (1/10 - 1/8) makes the pic a lil' blur...
Use flash? Use tripod?
is F2.8 good enough? it's the lowest my cam can go..
dun really like to use flash...i'll just train myself to have more stable hands...
well ... you are using it in night conditions ?
IS0400 will produce noise
try ISO200 .. will produce some noise
hm..in my house at nite....
anyway, how to choose between spot or centre area in AF metering? which is suitable for wht kind of situations?
are u trying to say 200 will reduce noise?
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