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How To Use the "Exposure Triangle" When Shooting Video with a DSLR
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Richard Harrington has had a long relationship with media. When he was seven, he was grounded for using magnets to rearrange the picture tube on the family’s 13-inch color TV (it works but don’t try it). He has since gone on to many more interesting adventures.

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How To Use the "Exposure Triangle" When Shooting Video with a DSLR

DSLR | Video Skills—AdoramaTV

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AdoramaTV Presents DSLR Video Tips with Richard Harrington. Join Rich as he explains the three main elements to consider when deciding on the correct exposure for your video, ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed.



When shooting video with a digital camera, it is important to understand the different manual settings. In this video, prepared exclusively for the Adorama Learning Center, Rich shows how you can use these exposure triangle tips when figuring out the relation of the light and how it enters your camera, giving you complete control of your shoot.

 

 

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