11 ISOThe important thing to understand, is that each step between the numbers effectively doubles the sensitivity of the sensor. So, ISO 200 is twice more sensitive than ISO 100, while ISO 400 is twice more sensitive than ISO 200.ISO 1600 is sixteen times more sensitive to light than ISO 100, so on and so forth.
12 ISOThe downside to having a high ISO is that we lose clarity in our images.Increasing the ISO tends to mean the resulting photographs get more grain/noise.
13 Typical ISO Settings100 or 200 ISO for sunny and bright daylight 400 ISO for cloudy days, or indoors for window light portraits 800 ISO for indoors without a flash ISO for really low light situations
27 The first thing you need to determine is the type of effect you want from your image: Depth of fieldFrozen action shotMotion blurOnce this has been determined you can either set your Aperture or Shutter speed and then adjust the other to produce the intended exposure.
28 BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER Aperture: Small F number = big hole in lens = more light into the cameraShutter Speed: Slower shutter speed = more light into the cameraISO: Higher number = more sensitivity (but may be grainy)
29 Final Thought !Remember –if at first, you are getting a bit confused or you are still trying to master your camera “ Its a million times better that someone be amazed by your photographs then your technical prowess”