Photography is a visual art for both you as a beginner and professional. Even though getting acquainted with photography is a hobby, after photography becomes an inseparable part of your life, don’t be in a hurry to produce good photos.
What comes to mind is finding information about photography tutorials from the internet or books and even friends. However, due to basic immature photography it is not an additional material to improve the results of the shooting even more frustrating !!
We forget everything and start from the beginning, photography should be fun. do it step by step, follow the tutorial or suggestion. Don’t move or jump from one step to the next if you haven’t mastered it. OKAY
Check out some of the following photography tutorials for beginners:
1. Triangle Exposure and Stop Concept
a. Stop in photography means altering the amount of light obtained by the sensor / film so that it affects photo exposure. One stop means changing the quantity of light by a multiple of 2. Here’s the explanation: Adding one stop means 2 times brighter, adding 2 stops means 4 times brighter and so on.
Exposure is the amount of light that the sensor receives. As explained above, going up one cease means increasing the exposure by 2 times. Exposure Triangle: ISO, aperture and shutter speed. This is a combination of 3 elements, so increasing or decreasing exposure could be executed by changing one of the three elements.
An easy example is a room: If you have 4 100 watt lights and all four are lit. Going up one stop means you have to bring 4 more lights with the same wattage. Going down one stop means you turn off two lights so that only two lights are on. Because stop is a change of light darkness.
b. Shutter Speed and Stop
Shutter Speed has an understanding of how long the sensor receives light. The number of sensors it accepts because the longer the shutter speed is.
c. ISO and Stop
ISO is a measure of the sensitivity of the camera sensor to light. The higher our ISO the more sensitive the sensor to light. So staying 2 occasions means you go up one stop. ISO 200 to ISO 300 means one stop, 400 to 600 and so on.
d. Aperture and Stop
Aperture is the lens diaphragm opening contained in a photographic lens. Considerably harder in aperture as a result of the numbers jump up and down: f / 2, f / 2.8, f / 4, f / 5.6 and so on.
Conclution : As an example you employ the preliminary camera settings like this: 1/250, f / 8 and ISO 200. Because the outcomes of the photo is dark you go up one stop which suggests it can be three issues: 1/130, f / 8, ISO 200 (shutter changed). Or 1/250, f / 5.6 ISO 200 (aperture changed). Or 1/250, f / 8 ISO 300 (ISO changed). All changes are value one stop.
2. Depth of Field and Aperture
a. When we press the shutter button, the hole in front of our camera sensor will open, the aperture setting that determines how big the hole is open. The larger the hole is open, the more amount of light that will enter the sensor is read.
Aperture or aperture is expressed in units of f-stop. The smaller the f-stop number means the bigger the hole is open which means the more volume of light entering and vice versa.
In conclusion: A wide opening means the smaller the f number and a narrow aperture means the greater the f number. For example the f / 2.8 aperture setting means a much larger opening compared to the f / 22 setting.
b. Depth of Field
Depth of field (DOF) is a measure of how far the focal plane is in an image. This narrow DOF or often called shallow means that only certain parts of the object are sharp while the rest will be blurred / out of focus. And vice versa wide DOF means that most photo objects will look sharp and focused.
The smaller the aperture the wider the focal distance, for example f-22 with this, you will get a wide DOF.
It seems to be a long discussion if it must be written in one article. Continue to follow the photography tutorial in the next post. See you …