|Static (still) subjects||Lens wide open||Lens almost closed|
|Shallow||Depth of field||Deep|
|Photo is brighter||Photo is darker|
|Single point (fixed
distance) is in focus
|Entire field of view (near
and far) is in focus
|Dyanmic (moving) subjects
||Slower moving subject||Faster moving subject|
|Can still be held by hand|
|Blur motion||Use tripod||Handheld ok||Freeze motion|
|(Km/h roughly translates to shutter speed. So 60 km/h → 1/60; 100 km/h → 1/100.)|
ISO is a setting that brightens or darkens a photo. If you're using a low ISO you can brighten the image with a longer shutter speed. But use a tripod, or the longer shutter speed might cause blurry.
ISO brightens an image after it was taken, so is not a component of exposure.
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