Stuck In Customs | HDR Photography, Travel Photography and Camera Reviews Start your daily photo journal today! · 365 Project South America - Tom Robinson Photography JONETSU IN REAL WEDDINGS MAGAZINE : MELISSA & TRAELACH ALBUM | Jonetsu Blog Fresh on the news stands is Real Weddings featuring Melissa & Traelach’s incredibly elegant, fun and touching wedding at Terminal City Club. One of our first weddings ever published was in Real Weddings back in 2002. The local feel and beautiful story telling continues with M&T’s inspiring write-up. We’ve really got a great bunch of fantastic Canadian Wedding publications for brides and grooms these days. Here is their lovely spread: (As always, the publishers make the final decision on the images that get published and the complete layout.) To see & feel the complete joy of Melisa & Traelach’s wedding, view their JONETSU Bespoke wedding album slideshow here (turn the music up!) Awesome triple threat twins- can you believe Melissa’s sister Michelle designed and MADE Melissa’s wedding gown AND the bridesmaid dresses!?
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The Exposure Triangle: aperture, shutter speed and ISO explained The Exposure Triangle sounds like the name of a complex spy novel, but in reality this is the term used for the three fundamental elements of exposure: aperture, shutter speed and ISO. Our latest photography cheat sheet illustrates the Exposure Triangle and how it affects your camera settings. Click on the infographic to see the larger version The Exposure Triangle Explained Creating a harmonious exposure using the aperture, shutter speed and ISO is a juggling act. The trick to balancing The Exposure Triangle is to get all three elements working together so you get the results you want ,and not what the camera tells you you can have. Because of that, it’s really worth putting in the groundwork and getting to grips with the basics of shutter speed (how long the camera’s sensor is exposed to the light), what an aperture is (how much light the lens lets in, which also affects depth of field) and ISO (the sensitivity level of the sensor). Understanding exposure in photography Don’t panic!