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    Default ClubSNAP's Photography 101 for Newbies by David Wong

    What is a “stop”?
    A stop in photography term is the measurement of light (measured in EV). +1 stop means that the light is double from the current value. Similarly, -1 stop means half of the light entering your camera. Of course you can have 1/3 stops or 1/2 stops.....

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    A mistake was found in the stop counting part today. Had told Ed to do the correction. Sorry for the mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund
    What is a “stop”?
    A stop in photography term is the measurement of light (measured in EV). +1 stop means that the light is double from the current value. Similarly, -1 stop means half of the light entering your camera. Of course you can have 1/3 stops or 1/2 stops.....

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    woah. Good stuff especially on the general tips on how to take good photographs. Lets a newbie understand without bombastic terms. Thumbs up!

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