Are you frustrated with your camera?

by Ram Ya September. 01, 2018 2312 views

I've seen so many of my friends buying the latest DSLRs and being frustrated when the photos don't turn out as they expected. One even claimed his cell phone takes better photos than the expensive DSLR.

One of the basic photography principles to master is the Exposure Triangle. It explains how three basic properties (ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed) interacts with each other to control your exposure.

Helen wrote an in-depth guide filled with exercises and examples on this topic right here: Guide to Exposure Triangle

Give this a read if you are:

  • Frustrated by shaky photos
  • Frustrated by the low-light performance of your camera
  • Not able to isolate the subject by blurring the background.
  • Not able to get the right exposure in your photos

This one is long! So you may want to sit down with a cup of coffee!

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Ladies and gentlemen, as always, Helen put a lot of effort into creating these masterpieces. Please do her and PB a huge favor and share this article in your social and online groups.

If you have any questions about Exposure Triangle, please comment in the article. We would be happy to answer (compliments welcome too!)

Example of photographer Guilherme Stecanella using exposure triangle to be creative. Master exposure triangle to get creative with your photography.

Example of photographer Guilherme Stecanella using exposure triangle to be creative. Master exposure triangle to get creative with your photography.

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Camellia 1 year ago

Thanks for bringing this up front again Ram....shared to my Twitter :)

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Ram Ya Replied to Camellia 1 year ago

Thanks a lot, Camellia!

1 year ago Edited

Perfect explanation, I already shared it on Twitter!

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Ram Ya Replied to Sigrid Strohschneider-Laue 1 year ago

Thank you so much, Sigrid! Much appreciated.

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Berckmans Peter 1 year ago

Good article,I like to use my camera to the limit. It is an older fuji, sometimes run into its limits. Learning to work around them and still have to learn a lot. Helen dors a great job and is an inspiration to me. Keep it coming.

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Ram Ya Replied to Berckmans Peter 1 year ago

Thanks, Peter. It's fun to go around these limits and still get great photos. You feel like you are in control of this complicated machine grinning

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Berckmans Peter Replied to Ram Ya 1 year ago

And still sometimes I find something new. Must say pb helped me a lot, about 2y back I joined and my photos have become better

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Ram Ya Replied to Berckmans Peter 1 year ago

Glad to hear that!

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Jay Boggess 1 year ago

So glad to see you "back in the saddle" Ram! 
Thank You & Helen for sharing your vast knowledge & expertise, with us all!!! 
Bravo!

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Ram Ya Replied to Jay Boggess 1 year ago

So grateful to Helen for doing this.
Thanks for the comment, Jay

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Jay Boggess Replied to Ram Ya 1 year ago

Thank YOU TWO, for all YOU do!

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Antonio Gil 1 year ago

Thank you so much for sharing such important information

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Ram Ya Replied to Antonio Gil 1 year ago

Thanks for the comment, Antonio!

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Russell Smith 1 year ago

Thank you for bringing light to this wonderful tutorial .

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Ram Ya Replied to Russell Smith 1 year ago

Thank you for the support Russell grinning 
I'll be looking to create more of these with Helen and a few others. I'll keep you guys posted when they are out.

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