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Rookie Photog 3 – The Exposure Tripod

Rookie Photog #3 – Show Notes

The Exposure Tripod (foundation of your photography)

You can’t have a Photograph without light, and an exposure is created by allowing light to hit the photographic medium; your camera’s sensor.

If life is like a box of chocolates, then Exposure is like a bowl of cereal!

Exposure Tripod:

  1. Aperture
  2. Shutter Speed
  3. ISO

Rookie Tips

Fill flash – Make more use of flash
Stabilize your body for every shot

Pete and Jake’s Random Recommendations 

1. Instagram http://instagr.am/
2. Subscribe to a magazine for news, tutorials, and inspiration
American Photo – http://www.americanphotomag.com/ (Art and Inspiration)
Popular Photography – http://www.popphoto.com/ (Main stream, a little of everything)
Shutter Bug – http://www.shutterbug.com/  (Tech and product oriented)
Outdoor Photographer – http://www.outdoorphotographer.com/(Wildlife, Sports, Scenery)

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1 Responses »

  1. 1. I guess the reason most of my pictures are over exposed is ’cause I LOVE CHEERIOS !
    2. oh! that’s what ISO is!
    3. the information was interesting, but I was initially confused by the title – I thought you were going to talk about am actual tripod.
    4. tell me more about white balance.
    5. hey, great info about flash. I didn’t ever understand why one would use a flash on a bright day.
    6. elbows in – who knew?
    Good, light, informative podcast. Good “helpful hints. Keep it up.

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