The Histogram is a tool that most beginners know about, but have zero understanding of. Yet it is one of the most important tools to understand
To fully understand your camera and become a better photographer, you must understand the basic functions such as Aperture, ISO and Shutter Speed. For the beginner this seems impossible to learn, but with a little bit of experimenting and reading you will quickly see that it's not nearly as tough as it seems. In todays basic series I will give you an introduction to Aperture in Landscape Photography.
Shutter Speed is measured in seconds, or fractions of seconds. A larger denominator such as 1/1000 is a quicker shutter speed than a lower denominator such as 1/10 allowing less light to reach the sensor. But how does it impact your image?
Understanding each of the photography elements is important for you to take control over your camera. But to fully be able to use manual mode, you also need to understand how these settings work together. This is known as The Exposure Triangle.