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Tag Archives: shutter
Last weekend I attempted to get the Moon set the morning after I took the Gibbous Moon. Clouds came in which totally obscured the moon. As long as I was up, I waited for the morning light near an old … Continue reading
A couple of months ago, Damien Franco of YourPhotoTips.com wrote about why he uses Aperture Priority Mode for most of his photography. It is an excellent article which shows how a photographer thinks through the exposure triangle of Shutter Speed-Aperture-ISO. … Continue reading