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i am not a pro by all mean. So feel free to disregard my comment. there are various answer for your question. For example, shooting indoor for drops of water hitting the water surface requires faster shutter speed than shooting a model inside which allow slow shutter speed but thick DOF. bottom line is that difference situations require different shutter speed and apparture
when shooting indoors..what aperture setting and shutter speed did you have your camera set on? Great video!! thanks so much!
excellent tips..thanks you Karl…
Dude, I’ve read well over 50 books on photography and your video gives the clearest, most precise and most all encompassing description of basic lighting for photography. It’s truly amazing how you made the information so easily digestible. Genius.
I love these tips……Simply great.
as an entry level, It help me much, thanks 4 U’r tips karl!
Great instruction, Karl!
Great video, you explain it in an easy to understand way. Hope they weren’t expensive shoes..
Thanks for your video you are awesome Karl. 😀 ^^
Enjoying tips, good to follow your explanations here in Amsterdam! BIG THANX.
Great tutorial! Will be adding this to our Photography playlist!
Very interesting. Helped a lot. Thanks
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When did Bj Penn become a Photographer? jk very nice work!
Is it possible that you’re confusing a small aperture opening with a small aperture number? When he says small aperture he means something like F11. Something like F1.4 is actually a very large aperture, despite the small number. Hope this clears it up for you.
@ Photography4everrr – I think you’re confusing large aperture and small aperture. When your f number is low (1.2), your arperture is actually large which will blur your background making your subject stand out more. When your f number is high (22) your aperture is low giving you a greater depth of field.
smaller aperture is bigger f# f13= small f2.8 if big hope that helps
Hi karl, what camera did you shoot this video with?
great tips! thanks
Im now £11 lighter thanks to that video, ive just bought a 5-in-1 reflector 🙂 great video Karl, nice work and easy to understand.