Category: Color

Sensitivity is defined by the International Organization for Standards (ISO) in its abstract thus: “ISO 12232:2006 specifies the method for assigning and reporting ISO speed ratings, ISO speed latitude ratings, standard output sensitivity values, and recommended exposure index values, for digital still cameras. ISO 12232:2006 is applicable to both monochrome and colour digital still cameras.” […]

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Today, I want to talk about time. The duration of an exposure can be very short, very long or anywhere in-between. Cameras can be set for exposures of one thousandth of a second or less, or of many seconds or minutes. Time, how long the shutter is open, or how long the sensor is recording […]

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Sometimes I understand the way one person says things better than others. So here in my words are a few comments about camera settings that may help us know our cameras better. Photo editing software may allow me to compensate for less thanĀ ideal exposures, but better results come with good initial captures. Loosely defined, these […]

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