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Module 4 Summary

Lesson 22 from: Mastering Your Digital Camera

Chris Weston

Module 4 Summary

Lesson 22 from: Mastering Your Digital Camera

Chris Weston

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22. Module 4 Summary

Wrap up the final elements of the exposure triangle in this summary on ISO.

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digital y eso is a process of amplification on the main purpose of eso is to give you flexibility when searching shutter speed and lands aperture. Increasing isso will enable you to set a faster shutter speed, or it's more lens aperture or a combination of the two while reducing. I also will enable you to set a slow a shutter speed on door. A larger lens aperture eso is a useful tool when photographing in low light. The low and high eso settings enable you to reduce or increase eso respectively, beyond the camera's preset I s O values. But it will reduce dynamic range. Noise is a symptom of high I s I High levels of noise will degrade image quality no to camera models before in the same. So you should test your camera to find its limitations if shooting in JPEG file mode to a non high higher so noise reduction when shooting at eso values above 400 and remember the best I so value is the lowest value you need to get the shutter speed and lens aperture that you want. That's all fire. So ...

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