Related web sites

As I find them, I will add relater web sites to this page.  Comments are welcome (via email), How to use manual mode on your camera, by Tony and Chelsea Northrup. Martin Bailey’s take on the Exposure Triangle CrashCoursePhotography.com — their take. Canon offers an interactive website on using manual mode in your (Canon) camera. …

Tertiary Effects

There are some third-order effects in the choices on the Exposure Triangle.  These are generally not considered to be part of the art of photography, but they are worth mentioning here, for completeness. The effects we will discuss here are “Rolling Shutter” (next), “Diffraction” and “Starburst.” Note: Most readers can skip this section and go directly …

Why Exposure “Triangle”?

Many photography teachers shy away from the phrase, “Exposure Triangle,” and for good reason.  The triangle itself has no meaning.  First, there is no “light” leg.  Second, it gives the viewer a mental picture of a non-existent relationship among the legs.  But since there are three aspects of exposure that can be adjusted, it is …