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Exposure and White balance

Exposure and White Balance Hello everyone! I hope you all are holding up during bad times like these! In my last blog, I shared my experience on ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed, and also their roles in photography. I am back here today to share what  I learned on Exposure and White Balance and how these elements are a key part of photography. Exposure Triangle Let us start by Exposure Triangle . The Exposure Triangle explains how the amount of exposure, which is how bright or dark something is, affects a photo. ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed collectively work together to form the Exposure triangle. Now I might sound a bit crazy here, but using the Exposure Triangle is no different than making a cup of tea! You need to have a perfect balance between three things, the combination of Milk and Water, the number of tea leaves, and the most important thing, time! All these elements together make for a perfect cup of tea. Similarly, ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed togethe

Photography, with me!

Photography, with me! I have recently developed a fascination with the art of photography. I just love how people can capture such amazing moments by pressing one button, and they can keep it with them, forever. Yesterday, it suddenly struck me that there are many other kids (elder's too..?) who wanted to learn about photography but never had the time. So I decided to put my learnings in a blog so that we all can, maybe, learn together through this blog...what say??! 😁😁 So without any further ado, let's dive right into it! ISO First up, we have ISO. ISO controls the sensitivity of the lens in your camera, and it's brightness. Now, people would start saying, "Oh hey! That means I am gonna bump my ISO up, to make the image as bright as possible." well, actually, you want the opposite of this, you want to keep your ISO as low as possible because when you bump your ISO up, the noise in the image also increases making your image look pretty