The Videographer’s Exposure Reference Guide

By Robbie Janney, Shutterstock

Having a hard time understanding the exposure triangle? Keep getting over- or underexposed images? Use this reference guide for a perfectly exposed image.

Whether you’re just new to videography or new to cameras all together, getting used to the exposure settings can be tricky. If you change one, it’s going to affect the others. They all work together, so you have to know how they work together to get correct exposure in your videos.

You may be familiar with the three pillars of the exposure triangle already: ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. In this reference guide, we’re going to dive into all three to help you understand how they affect your shot. After that, we’ll go over how you can apply your newfound knowledge in the field. Let’s get started, read more here!

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