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    Default Difference - Exposure, ISO ,Shutter

    Hi, Sorry I'm new, and merely a prosumer photographer.

    I don't quite know the difference between Exposure and ISO.

    How does Shutter play a part?

    I know that shutter, the faster it is, the less bright the photo becomes. But exposure also has the same effect?

    Haha

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    Default Re: Difference - Exposure, ISO ,Shutter

    view this thread, it should help

    sulhan's photography notes

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    Default Re: Difference - Exposure, ISO ,Shutter

    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    view this thread, it should help

    sulhan's photography notes
    one question,
    Does exposure work the same as ISO?

    I mean like a higher exposure will lead to higher noise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by testtesttest View Post
    one question,
    Does exposure work the same as ISO?

    I mean like a higher exposure will lead to higher noise?
    have you read the notes

    exposure is the concept of getting enough light to produce a photo

    iso is the sensitivity of your sensor to light, all of these are mentioned in the notes?! your technical terms are weak, if you don't mind me saying, so start from the basics, so that it will be easy to explain in the future.. a good foundation is necessary for all things, including photography.

    noise is related to iso setting, the higher it is, the more noise you will have, for technical reasons that no one really needs to know or understand.

    a picture at HIGH ISO with underexposure will have more noise than a picture at HIGH ISO with overexposure, or proper exposure.
    Last edited by night86mare; 23rd March 2008 at 12:01 AM.

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    Default Re: Difference - Exposure, ISO ,Shutter

    Go get the book, Understanding Exposure by Bryan Peterson. It's explains the relationshop between Shutter speed, Aperture, and ISO. It's a good book.

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