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Okwonkwo

Village Chief
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oya cameraman, what is exposure in photography? how does it impact the quality of photos? How can I make my 5MP tamagotchi take great photos?
 

Riva

Village Elder
#4
oya cameraman, what is exposure in photography? how does it impact the quality of photos? How can I make my 5MP tamagotchi take great photos?
Good question! Exposure relates to how much light you let into your photo. Too much or too little is inadequate for a good photo
Check the two images below: one has too little light and the other has just about good light and it’s the same location
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Th impact on quality is clear. In photography you want a phot that has good exposure, not too little but enough for the purposes of your photo.

How can you make tour 2mp....there’s little you can do seeing as most phone cameras are auto, they self adjust for exposure when you select a focus point. However, some phone cameras allow you to adjust exposure which can be great e.g an iPhone.
 

Circledot

Village Elder
#5
Good question! Exposure relates to how much light you let into your photo. Too much or too little is inadequate for a good photo
Check the two images below: one has too little light and the other has just about good light and it’s the same location
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Th impact on quality is clear. In photography you want a phot that has good exposure, not too little but enough for the purposes of your photo.

How can you make tour 2mp....there’s little you can do seeing as most phone cameras are auto, they self adjust for exposure when you select a focus point. However, some phone cameras allow you to adjust exposure which can be great e.g an iPhone.

which others other than Ifon?
 

Okwonkwo

Village Chief
#10
Good question! Exposure relates to how much light you let into your photo. Too much or too little is inadequate for a good photo
Check the two images below: one has too little light and the other has just about good light and it’s the same location
View attachment 138182 View attachment 138183

Th impact on quality is clear. In photography you want a phot that has good exposure, not too little but enough for the purposes of your photo.

How can you make tour 2mp....there’s little you can do seeing as most phone cameras are auto, they self adjust for exposure when you select a focus point. However, some phone cameras allow you to adjust exposure which can be great e.g an iPhone.
kuna hii ISO setting in the phone camera, with numbers 100,200,400,800,1600... and Auto.

what is the work of ISO? how does the change in numbers affect the photo?

then the exposure options range from -3 to +3 ... are these in seconds, milliseconds or minutes? what is the significance of a negative Exposure time?
 

Riva

Village Elder
#11
kuna hii ISO setting in the phone camera, with numbers 100,200,400,800,1600... and Auto.

what is the work of ISO? how does the change in numbers affect the photo?

then the exposure options range from -3 to +3 ... are these in seconds, milliseconds or minutes? what is the significance of a negative Exposure time?
ISO usually works together with exposure and is especially useful at night when you want to increase exposure of your photo. However too much ISO (e.g 1600) makes your picture grainy. So you’ve got to get a good balance between ISO, exposure, and shutter speed to reduce the grains and still get a properly exposed photo.
You have to remember that exposure is how wide the shutter opens (usually denoted with an f e.g f14)
What you are talking about (which ranges from -3 to +3) is exposure compensation. It boosts or reduces the amount of light that can enter the shutter. Though it could be kwa phone that is what they have for exposure.
A negative (e.g -3) will significantly reduce the amount of light entering your shutter especially if combined with a high shutter speed. Such a setting would allow you to take a photo of the sun by blacking out the sky and remaining with only the sun. Such a photo would would look like its night. I once uploaded photos of the lunar eclipse sometime ago; they are a good example.
 

Afro

Village Elder
#12
ISO usually works together with exposure and is especially useful at night when you want to increase exposure of your photo. However too much ISO (e.g 1600) makes your picture grainy. So you’ve got to get a good balance between ISO, exposure, and shutter speed to reduce the grains and still get a properly exposed photo.
You have to remember that exposure is how wide the shutter opens (usually denoted with an f e.g f14)
What you are talking about (which ranges from -3 to +3) is exposure compensation. It boosts or reduces the amount of light that can enter the shutter. Though it could be kwa phone that is what they have for exposure.
A negative (e.g -3) will significantly reduce the amount of light entering your shutter especially if combined with a high shutter speed. Such a setting would allow you to take a photo of the sun by blacking out the sky and remaining with only the sun. Such a photo would would look like its night. I once uploaded photos of the lunar eclipse sometime ago; they are a good example.
I didnt know there were these many variables in taking photos. All i knew was zooming and captchering
 

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