Exposure Triangle Explained: The relation between aperture, shutter speed and ISO

The¬†exposure determines ¬†how bright or dark an image will look like when you take a picture. If the picture is too bright, we call it overexposed. If it is too dark, then it’s underexposed. The light that reaches the camera’s sensor depends on three basic settings: Aperture ISO Shutter speed. These factors form what is… Continue reading Exposure Triangle Explained: The relation between aperture, shutter speed and ISO