Saturday, July 12, 2008

{playing with high ISO}

I just wanted to play around with high ISO (ISO measures the sensitivity of the image sensor. The lower the ISO number the less noise/grain you have - the higher the ISO the more grain/noise you will have in your image). Higher ISO's usually are not always so nice for color images but I love em for b&w's because it gives you a nice grainy look to them. Your ISO is just like film - when outdoors usually you would use film that is 100-200, or if your doing action shots usually 400 -600 works and if indoors sometimes it's better to get 800 speed film. The higher the film speed the faster you can use your shutter.

The following images were taken with an ISO of 1250, aperture of f/2.8 and shutter speed of 1/60. Taken with natural light coming from a window behind me - no flash used.

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