The Truth About the Exposure Triangle, and Should You Use It?
Making the relation between aperture, shutter speed, and ISO visible is the idea behind the exposure triangle. I have seen many beautiful drawings of the exposure triangle, but what does this diagram really show? Let’s find out.
When writing my Dutch e-book “Licht Vangen,” which translates into Catching Light, I needed to cover the exposure triangle. Although I’m photographing for over four decades, I never used this diagram. But I have seen the many different versions on the internet, and inside popular photography magazines. These drawings often look amazing, covering more than exposure alone. Just do a search on Google, and see for yourself.
Many photography courses cover the exposure triangle, emphasizing its importance in understanding the relation between aperture,…
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