Do you use one over others in different circumstances? What students are saying about Chris Hurtt and his courses? For those who have a fair amount of experience there will probably be some reservations about this book. Mind you, they were mostly minor. New Photo Series 2:
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Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition : Bryan Peterson :
I just finished it today and I now feel like I have a really strong grasp of the fundamentals. This book has a good introduction to the subject and the language is undersatnding and accessible in the main.
Read reviews that mention shutter speed understanding exposure bryan peterson understandung to understand aperture and shutter great book highly recommend manual mode easy to read depth of field highly recommended speed and iso well written white balance recommend this book correct exposure point and shoot easy to follow must read excellent book.
If you are an intermediate photographerit will help you to sharpen your skills and undershanding you to the next level. It will help you analyze why his shots turn out the way they do and give you a starting point for shooting similar types of pictures.
Learn about the Sony RX10 IV with a complete guide that explains all features, controls, and menus in plain language with many color illustrations. Because of this book, I made the choice to shoot manual from now on, except when conditions require aperture- or shutter priority.
I've been around mostly point-and-shoot cameras for many years, but I finally feel like I understand the theory behind exposure. It would have been nice to have it on every photo. This class covers following topics: I was hoping that would be something he would explain. I found his attempts to turn his photos into little stories irritating, when simple metadata would have been sufficient.
Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition
I celebrate this book's powerful impact on my photography, an impact that petersoh because I read the book as a page persuasive argument in favor of manual exposure. It will be blurry in the viewfinder but everything from about 2 feet in front of me to infinity will be in focus after I take the photo. But many times, your intended image is not possible if the meter's guidance is accepted.
He explains the three most important aspects and how to use them. I wanted to improve my skills as an amateur photographer and bought the camera for the zoom and many other options but I was a complete beginner.
I really liked this book. The world of digital photography evolves very quickly, so this book at 4 years of age for the Third Edition feels like it was written when DSLRs first bryaj onto the market.
But getting there could have been a better journey. Maybe I'm getting more impatient in my late middle age, but there were times I was thinking enough already, how about encouraging us to go out and do some actual shooting?
It seemed that nearly all of his shots were done with a tri-pod. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Don't get me wrong, it explains the concept of exposure and the relationship between ISO and aperture well, but I kind of feel any good you tube channel could do the job just as well these days, and the best of those channels have more modern books to support the concepts they are trying to explain.
I'm not sure it would byran as good for those readers who already have a clear understanding of those concepts. I knew next to nothing about photography View or edit your browsing history.
The bulk of the book talks about aperture and shutter speed, but he spends precious little time talking about the third leg of the exposure triangle: He introduces phrases that he uses again and again so that you, the student, start to fill in the answers before he finishes; he explains tricky technical details through memorable metaphor; he ties theory to his own photography, showing us just where he took his metering, and why.
They are ISO, aperture and shutter. And that's what this is, really.
Understanding Exposure: How to Shoot Great Photographs with a Film or Digital Camera
If you understand how cameras work, you ppeterson master photography much faster, make better buying decisions, and quickly adapt to any new camera. This will make it difficult to use as a reference without a lot of sticky notes or folding of page corners down.
It's also pretty dated, lingering on Not the type of thing I usually read, but I picked this up because I'm getting back into photography after a long time and felt like refreshing myself on the basics.