Photography Tutorial: ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed

Photography Tutorial: ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed



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Great video, i want to get into photography, this has cleared a few doubts. Thanks! :D

Tariq Khan says:

There may be a million videos on you tube explaining ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed. Not a single one of them can reach the level of this video, simplicity, examples and different variations for a single photo. This video is awesome and will recommend for all new users like me. Fantastic job guys.

so helpful! Thanks a lot from Peru!

Omg helped so much, already knew the basics of all this, but you guys made me understand on much more depth!

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Van kfc says:

This video's gonna help beginners a lot.

Rabbi Fernan says:

to tell you honestly, this is the best introductory/beginners video tutorial i've watched.
the ISO-Aperture-Shutter Speed order really works for me!

AG F says:

Thanks soooooooooooooooooo much!!

Thanks guys for your nice explanation

Rich M. says:

In order to compensate for camera shake you need to have your shutter speed at least the same or a little more (depending on your camera and nerve set) as your lens size. If you have a 35MM lens on your camera you would at least need 1/50 of a second shutter speed.

Joko says:

Thank you

Tony Brewer says:

Awesome! Can I play with it now?

Renee Lever says:

is seth rogan talking???

Just wanted to say thanks for how to the point and clear this video is, brilliant job guys!

Love Baby says:

hi guys I have a question I would like to learn more about setting but it's a little confusing for me what is the easiest way to remember. I am a beginner. my son plays baseball and it's harder with action shots.

Arnab Basu says:

hi I want to buy a new camera.plz suggest me between canon 700d or nikon D5200

Awesome video guys, very helpful for beginners like me

Sami (Magix) says:

this video is great

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