ISO: When Shutter Speed and Aperture Are Not Enough

Detail of a spider web, photographed using an iso value of 3200.Photography is all about light. To get the exposure of our picture right, we need to balance the aperture size and shutter speed. This can become tricky in low light situations. If both aperture and shutter speed don’t suffice to get the exposure right, we can increase¬†the ISO¬†value. The ISO value is a measure for the sensitivity of the sensor. ISO stands for International Standards Organization. read more