Learn about f-stops and how to apply them to the concept of exposure in practice. We walk you through a number of changes to the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO while maintaining the same exposure. This emphasizes the way f-stops come into play for all three of the main exposure settings (commonly referred to as the ‘exposure triangle’). Be sure to review the video if it doesn’t click the first time, as it’s a lot of information all at once!
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