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Amanual of photographic chemistry: including the practice of the collodion process - primary source - A Manual of Photographic Manipulation: Lake Price.



As beneficial as the more automated style of photography can be at times, nothing quite compares to the control and connection you feel when shooting fully manual. This, however, is not always an easy task… especially when just starting out.

Enter a handy, incredibly detailed little infographic that will make sure you or your beginner photography friends can find their way around no problem.

The infographic was created by Zippi , and highlights a plethora of variables you’ll come across when shooting manual: from what film ISO and format you should be using, to how to adjust your shutter speed and aperture to properly expose the photograph, to some basic composition rules.

In the previous lesson we covered the basic settings on your camera. Today we're jumping into the fun stuff: manual mode. We'll learn the details about shutter speed, ISO, and aperture, as well as how those settings affect your photos.

If you're following along with your camera, be sure to set it into manual mode so you can access every setting we're going to discuss.

That's pretty much all you need to know about aperture. The important thing to remember is that a wide aperture, like f/1.8, lets in more light and provides a shallow depth of field (meaning less of the photo appears in focus). A narrow aperture, like f/22, provides deeper focus but lets in less light. What aperture you should use depends on the situation and the type of lens you're using, so experiment to see what effects you get and you'll have a better idea of how your aperture setting affects your photographs.

As beneficial as the more automated style of photography can be at times, nothing quite compares to the control and connection you feel when shooting fully manual. This, however, is not always an easy task… especially when just starting out.

Enter a handy, incredibly detailed little infographic that will make sure you or your beginner photography friends can find their way around no problem.

The infographic was created by Zippi , and highlights a plethora of variables you’ll come across when shooting manual: from what film ISO and format you should be using, to how to adjust your shutter speed and aperture to properly expose the photograph, to some basic composition rules.


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