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While this journey can be scary, learning how your settings work will bring your photography to the next level.
Exposure can be defined as the amount of light that reaches a photographic film or image sensor during a limited period. Exposure is measured in exposure value (EV) and is expressed either as an exposure index, or more commonly as exposure compensation relative to a standard exposure.
Shutter speed is the amount of time that a shutter stays open to allow light into an image sensor (typically film or digital) to capture an image.
Aperture is the size of the opening in a camera lens that allows light to pass through to hit your sensor and make an image or captures a video frame from a movie or tv show.
ISO is a term used in photography that describes how sensitive a digital camera’s sensor or film is to light.