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DSLR Basics: Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

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This photography tutorial shows you how to use a DSLR camera by showing the fundamentals (Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO) and also describes how to use them using different camera modes.

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20 comments

  1. This is a perfect video on explaining photography for beginners! So easy to understand :) Cheers mate!

  2. Thanks for this video! Very comprehensible! :)

  3. Thanks mahn, amazing tutorial

  4. The "side affect" of u making this vid is a like from me XD

  5. Great Tut man.

  6. Hey its too nice I think im the only guy among the ones who commented without a camera .,I love photography but can't get a camera myself plss if any one can "HELP" plzz mail me

  7. Really glad I stumbled across your videos.  Thanks.

  8. Oh my God thank you!
    I did not have the time or attention span to watch the never ending instruction video my Canon EOS Rebel T3I came with. I'm not new to photography I have like 5 cameras but my newest addition is more advanced than what I'm used to. Plus I'm switching from Nikon to Canon and its been so over whelming trying to figure it out I literally haven't touched it since I bought it over a year ago. This video taught me more in under 10 minutes than any of the other 50+ videos I have watched over the last year!

  9. Great video. Learned every thing that I need in less than 10 seconds. Thanks for posting.

  10. i am pretty sure p lets you adjust ISO and pick shutter and aperture from what the camera thinks is appropriate.

  11. You are gooooood!  You have defined these features in a straightforward way with no if, ands or buts.  I have trouble with tutors who, especially technical advisers, who editorialize and inject personal blah while tutoring.  You are admirably direct and I am sure I am not the only one who appreciates that.  Thanks and I will be back.  1926lady

  12. Good video thanks

  13. Great vid. I feel empowered now!

  14. Superb video very well explained !

  15. Thank you very much for this video! What combination would you recommend for videography of nighttime lightning or fireworks? I used manual settings with an f-stop of 5.6-6.3, shutter speed of 1/60 to 1/80, and an ISO of 1600. 800 might be too little too dark, but that might be the lowest I would go for that situation. I found that noise/grain is appreciably reduced under these settings, but I am not sure if they are the most suitable. What do you think?

    Also, what would you choose to take photographs of fireworks? Perhaps lower shutter speeds would be ideal, and perhaps a similar ISO of 1600?

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    This was done so well! In terms I could understand! Thank you so much! 

  17. Josh and Kali | The Freedom Theory

    Wonderful video! I learned so much! Exactly what I need to know! 

  18. well explained, thanks

  19. Kalhara Samarapperuma

    Thanks man..!! Really nice..

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