Johnson Peter
@johnsonpeter · 5:00

Photography 101 - Episode 2

You choose a faster shutter speed the same way when you're shooting in during daylight. At night, when the light is low, you can choose a longer shutter speed so the shutter is open for a longer time, right? So the third component is called the ESO or the ISO. So this basically is the light passes through the lens and the shutter opens. And once the light is exposed on the sensor, the sensor amplifies the signals received before it saves as a file

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Johnson Peter
@johnsonpeter · 1:11

Continuing episode 2 of Photography 101

So the ESO or the ISO introduces electronic grains or what we call noise in the image. So most photographers usually avoid increasing the ISO while while taking photos. But most modern cameras right now support a high range of ISO only. You will have to try these different settings to see what works well. It depends on what camera you're using and also the lighting settings on the scene that you're working on. So you'll have to practice to understand completely
Amoljeet Singh
@AmoljeetSingh13 · 0:32
Hello sir. Hope you are doing great. So as I am into photography, I knew somewhat of this but not all of this. And thank you so much for sharing this knowledgeable information with us. I just can't wait for the episode number three. Also Sir, I had this very basic question, why do you think it is better to take pictures from manual setting and not from auto setting? Once again, thank you sir and have a have a great weekend ahead. Thank you. Bye
Abhishek Acharyya
@riataman_haryya · 0:54
I will be waiting for your next episode and I'm again thankful for the very flawless and natural way you have. We can forward all the procedures and terms terminology et Peter related to photography and has helped a lot. Thank you sir. Bye
Tanishka Singh
@Tancy_0818 · 1:15


Also, even if we want to learn these things, we have to hire someone who do it like school teachers. But here you are sharing your knowledge, of course, and helping us out without all of these skills, which are probably very bad, minus the feedback. But yeah, thank you so much for sharing. And I'm definitely going to keep on listening to more tips that you make. And I also try and work on my skills as well. Thank you so much
Vezee ..
@zee_48 · 0:08
You know, it's very amazing how this angle actually changes the perspective about the being
Sanya Jain
@Sanyaaaa_04 · 0:43
Hello sir. These are some really amazing insights and I never knew that the camera worked this way. I'm more on clicking photos with phones rather than DSLR or something like that because I don't have one and I don't carry one. Even if I had, I wouldn't carry one to every place I go. So for me it would be more insightful if you gave tips about clicking photos with phone cameras rather than I Bslr ones. No doubt. Their quality is just so amazing
Nishtha Kaushik
@Nishtha_10 · 0:58


But I love listening to you and the way you explain the way you told things. It was so gentle, so nice. So yeah, I'm waiting for episode three. And it's good to hear such things and always getting more information and more things to get to understand, to get to know more things in your life. It's always good to hear that. So yeah, thank you so much for this and you have a great weekend as well. Thank you. And take care
54_Mahak Bansal
@Mahakbansal2004 · 0:11


Hello sir, really a very helpful swell and for students like me who don't know anything about photography is really very nice for us and thank you so much for posting all day. Thank you
Johnson Peter
@johnsonpeter · 1:44


But while the latest cameras are getting pretty good at it, there is still the situations where you cannot use automatic mode. For example, imagine the scene where you're on the beach and there is a sunset behind you and you're trying to take a photo and you see that the background is too bright and the subject might be dark. It's because of how the camera sees the setting. When there are two objects, right?
Johnson Peter
@johnsonpeter · 0:19


Hi. Thank you so much. Glad you found it of some use for you. And I'm also excited to further the future series. Looking forward to share some interesting information. So stay tuned. Thank you. Once again. Bye
Johnson Peter
@johnsonpeter · 0:48


I'm trying to explore it more to see how I can make this more effective and more useful. So thank you so much for your feedback. I'm looking to sharing more. Have a great day. Thank you. Bye
Johnson Peter
@johnsonpeter · 2:41


So if you take a look, there's something called the pro mode where you have all these settings. If you really want to do something different in photography, you might have to learn all of these. You're talking about the movies being made on smartphone. They don't shoot movies in the automatic mode on your smartphone. You have special applications which is used to shoot these movies. And the basic laws of photography remains the same no matter what the device is