While studying abroad I did multiple photography projects. however, before I started these projects I needed to have a better understanding of my camera. I shoot with a Nikon.
Here are somethings i’ve learned over the past few months:
- Use a lower ISO If it is brighter outside. On a normal sunny afternoon I would use an ISO of 200
- For blur photos or to gt a max depth of field use a low shutter speed.
- To freeze a fast moving object, use a fast shutter speed and a lower aperture.
- You want you photo to be balanced. this means the aperture and the shutter speed will balance out to have ideal lighting.
- While panning, following the object with you camera using a low shutter speed.
- Bracketing is when you have a slightly under, good, and slightly over exposed photo.