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How to block excessive light in daylight?

Yesterday I learned I need something to block excessive light for long hours of time lapse photo. The ideal setting for time lapse photo for a day is to use one aperture, shutter speed, and ISO number. ND (Neutral Density) … Continue reading

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Six correct exposures

When ISO speed is fixed, digital camera has at least six correct exposures that produce identical photo images theoretically. To take clear and sharp photo without tripod and remote trigger, I put my camera on a box, mirror lock up … Continue reading

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Sample photos in manual mode: aperture, shutter speed, ISO

Shutter speed is 1/number. Aperture is f/number. ISOspeed is number. For example, a photo taken shutter speed at 1/40 seconds, aperture at f/5.6, ISO at 400 will be written 40 / 5.6 / 400.

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