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Author Topic: Understanding the photography triad: ISO, aperture and shutter speed  (Read 1037 times)

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Offline Bucknutz

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Have you ever wondered how people take those amazing photos of their aquariums?

As aquarium owners, we are often very proud of our creations and want to capture them in pictures. Perhaps itís that Acropora that youíve been growing, or that fish that you love so much. Photography is a great way to document and digitalise your day to day hobby activities. Photography is an art, and there is no right or wrong. What works for me may not work for you, and vice versa. There is absolutely nothing wrong with a phone or digital camera, and as long as it brings you happiness, that is all that matters.

However in this day and age where fancy high-tech SLR cameras are getting more prevalent, knowing a thing or two about them might not be such a bad thing after all. Perhaps your neighbour or a friend has one and youíve been thinking about borrowing it for your own use, but donít quite know how to get around using it. Here are some little helpful notes that you may find useful for photography in general. Throughout this post there are many examples of subjects not related to just the reef aquarium, emphasising that the rules and theories can be applied in any scenario on any subject.

Read more: http://reefbuilders.com/2014/11/12/basic-reef-photography-101-work-camera/


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