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10

Today’s Tutorial: Choosing the Right ISO for your Pictures


Ever have an image that looks great in the viewfinder, but when you load it onto the camera it looks like Grain City, Arziona*?

The reason might be ISO settings. To quote the tutorial:

Many photographers have been disappointed at the end of a shoot to find that they’d forgotten to check what ISO setting they’d left their camera on in their last shoot. There’s nothing worse than thinking you’re shooting at an ISO of 100 only to find you forgot to switch it back from 1600.

Read more: http://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-choose-the-right-iso-for-your-digital-photography#ixzz0lZ1Wjvdx

*NOT an actual city in Arizona. -ed.

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