Photography Tutorial for Beginners: Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO

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  • By KyneLarkin, November 1, 2012 @ 4:46 am

    Thanks a lot for this video mate, it’s really well put together and explained in simple terms. I just bought a flash camera to take better photos of my 3 kids, and now feel more confident to experiment with some of the manual settings available. Thanks again!

  • By Shirley Calleja, November 1, 2012 @ 5:26 am

    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge!

  • By CamCrunch, November 1, 2012 @ 6:24 am

    Haha! I haven’t been on the stuff in a long time though. Thanks for watching!

  • By Adam brazier, November 1, 2012 @ 6:56 am

    JACK3D ha gym kid? Awesome video thanks

  • By CamCrunch, November 1, 2012 @ 7:56 am

    You’re welcome!

  • By isramedia, November 1, 2012 @ 8:42 am

    Thanks alot

  • By CamCrunch, November 1, 2012 @ 8:51 am

    I use a Canon 5D Mark II

  • By CamCrunch, November 1, 2012 @ 9:45 am

    I used an off camera flash for that photograph.

  • By CamCrunch, November 1, 2012 @ 10:24 am

    I honestly don’t remember haha!

  • By tinktwiceman, November 1, 2012 @ 11:01 am

    Great Video! What Aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings did you have for making this video? Well thanks man!

  • By WraShadow, November 1, 2012 @ 11:29 am

    You werent joking when you said you took great photos. Ive already starting to get the hang of it a bit but there’s always room for more.

    Can you give me some pointers on how to take photos like this “Paolo Playing Guitar” in you gallery? By this I mean the really dark ambiance and yet good character contrast.

    Peace.

  • By Trampolineguy9, November 1, 2012 @ 11:40 am

    Wow this is a really good video !!! what kind of camera do you use ?

  • By CamCrunch, November 1, 2012 @ 11:55 am

    It depends on the lighting conditions of the environment you’re in. Does your camera have a built-in light meter?

  • By CamCrunch, November 1, 2012 @ 12:39 pm

    No problem!

  • By pinoykablaz, November 1, 2012 @ 1:14 pm

    Very straightforward man. Thanks for the video!

  • By Hyun Na Kim Lee, November 1, 2012 @ 1:30 pm

    I am using a film camera, so I can’t change my ISO. what is the appropiate aperture and shutter speed when the ISO iss 400?

  • By CamCrunch, November 1, 2012 @ 2:00 pm

    I’m using a Canon 5D Mark II

  • By ishika shahi, November 1, 2012 @ 2:50 pm

    what camera are you using currently??

  • By natalylilo2295, November 1, 2012 @ 3:19 pm

    What model is ur camera ?

  • By iper hunter, November 1, 2012 @ 3:20 pm

    This video is very nice! 🙂

  • By Kevin Burkitt, November 1, 2012 @ 4:13 pm

    Yes, your overall message is correct, but you are misleading the audience. 4:11. You reversed it. Lower ISOs are used when you are in very bright environments where less light is needed. The overall message is good, but your explanation of ISO is misleading.

  • By CamCrunch, November 1, 2012 @ 4:18 pm

    I watched it again and it is not reversed.

  • By Kevin Burkitt, November 1, 2012 @ 5:03 pm

    Can you double check your explanation of ISO. The lower the ISO value the better the picture. Plus a lower ISO is less sensitive to light. Higher ISO values make the image sensor more sensitive to light, but may produce grain or noise over 1600 ISO. That is why you have to increase it when you are shooting in darker environment. You reversed it in this video.

  • By Gulraj Bains, November 1, 2012 @ 5:59 pm

    thankx man helped me a lot

  • By Francisco Romero, November 1, 2012 @ 6:20 pm

    Thanks for the correction, I understand now.

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