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Albert Hall
info:
Apeture : f/1.7
Shutter Speed : 1/900s
ISO : 100
Focal Length : 4mm
Sunrise
info:
Apeture : f/5.6
Shutter Speed : 1/4000s
ISO : 1600
Focal Length : 250mm
Birds
info:
Apeture : f/7.1
Shutter Speed : 1/400s
ISO : 200
Focal Length : 208mm
Boat
info:
Apeture : f/8
Shutter Speed : 1/500s
ISO : 100
Focal Length : 250mm
Buds
info:
Apeture : f/5
Shutter Speed : 1/1000s
ISO : 200
Focal Length : 109mm
Coffee
info:
Apeture : f/1.7
Shutter Speed : 1/100s
ISO : 6000
Focal Length : 4mm
Flowers
info:
Apeture : f/5.6
Shutter Speed : 1/1000s
ISO : 200
Focal Length : 250mm
Greenery
info:
Apeture : f/1.7
Shutter Speed : 1/185s
ISO : 100
Focal Length : 4mm
Kaula Lumpur
info:
Apeture : f/1.7
Shutter Speed : 1/20s
ISO : 4000
Focal Length : 4mm
Mother Child
info:
Apeture : f/5
Shutter Speed : 1/160s
ISO : 100
Focal Length : 84mm
Shadow
info:
Apeture : f/4
Shutter Speed : 1/2000s
ISO : 400
Focal Length : 55mm
Sunflower
info:
Apeture : f/5
Shutter Speed : 1/200s
ISO : 1250
Focal Length : 109mm

Photography Tips

It's all about playing with ISO, Apeture and Shutter Speed.


1.Increase ISO when light is so low that your apeture is fully open but you still can't get a proper exposure.
2.Larger the apeture number, lesser the light take by camera sensor.
3. The Shutter speed should be greater than the focal length of the lens you are shooting at.
4. On a 50mm lens shoot at a minimum of 1/60th shutter speed.
5. Use Program mode when there is no time to take a photo.