Understanding aperture, shutter speed, and ISO should be the first thing every new photographer learns. Being aware of how they work together will not only help in getting proper exposure in a shot, but will also lend to different artist options you might want to make as a photographer. For instance, let’s assume you’re taking a picture of a waterfall. Do you want to see each speck of water as it splashes on the rocks, or would you prefer the water look more like a steady and smooth rush as it passed over the rocks? Or maybe you’re taking a portrait. Do you want everything in the picture in focus, or just the person you’re photographing where the background is a smooth blur?… Continue Reading