~The Exposure Triangle~

Each student must hit an total hourly quota to receive their end-of-the-program stipend. Noah offers to show up early on Saturday and teach a photography tutorial to all willing students. Phoenix, Esu, and Noah arrive at noon on Saturday ready to learn.

The three corners of the “The Exposure Triangle” represent aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. Balancing the exposure is important in order to collect all the necessary information in a photo. Through manipulating the three variables in play, the photographer has the ability to arrive at many different outcomes…




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