3 BASIC SETTINGS TO MASTER YOUR CAMERA

3 BASIC SETTINGS TO MASTER YOUR CAMERA


What is going on guys! This is Carms! and today I will give you three basic settings you need to know to master your camera So lets hit the introooooo… Allright! What are we waiting for The first setting that I will give you is I S O Basically it’s the light sensitivity of you camera so you can control the light that pass through your camera using ISO you just have to imagine that it is our SUN here it is In ISO there is called a Low Sensitivity Higher Sensitivity The Lower it is the lower the number the higher it is the higher number since it is a light sensitivty the more you have sensitivity the more you higher your number in your ISO more light pass through in your camera so the output becomes brighter but the downside for this the more the higher the ISO that you have in your camera the more it gets noisy and grainy the images or footages Lets proceed to next the next setting that I will give you is the Shutter Speed or Exposure Time it is the length of time that your camera sensor is exposed to light The Shutter or Exposure time is just like ISO because you can control the light that will pass through in your camera and the good thing in shutter is you can stop time but the opposite of it in ISO the lower the number the output becomes brighter and the higher the number it becomes darker what happens here is the more you bring down your shutter the more the images becomes smooth or blur just like in landscape photography as you can see the smooth falls or Sea as long as it is water it becomes smooth and you can’t see any waves it was shot using a lower shutter speed and bigger example for stoping time the higher shutter speed is in Sports Photography example in Soccer/ Football when you see someone kicking (kicking sound) (BAAAMMMMMM!!) and then the shot of the whole image of kicking there’s no blur higher higher shutter speed was used so you need to play with your shutter that will depend on what you want shoot and properly set it using ISO and the Shutter to balance the exposure of image and footage there’s a big difference using the shutter in videography and in photography in photography the shutter to use is the mechanical shutter and in videography is an electronic shutter that’s why there’s a 180 degree rule in videography what will happen you will double your shutter speed depends on your frame rate example you can see on your settings that video mode the one called 24 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps in 24 fps what you need to set is 1/50 and in 30 fps is 1/60(ish) and in 60 fps is 1/120(ish) because it is the basic and needed to get the natural movement of video because if the shutter is so low that you did not double in your frame rate it will get so blur of movement so it is not a natural and if it’s too much you set too much it will look like robot the footage/ subject in your footage Let’s get in to the third and final setting that you need to know in your camera and that is the Aperture Aperture is the opening where the light pass through It can make the image have a blurry background or foreground because the wider the aperture the more it creates shallow depth of field in your subject and more light passes through you will notice in your lens you can see Aperture blades that open and closes that the more you want wide aperture the more the lens open that’s why more light pass through and the more you want uhmmm.. higher number of aperture is the more it closes that’s why the image gets dark and there’s little light passes through and it sharpen the image and you don’t have blurry background or foreground this is what you see in you settings that is f/1.8 f/2.8 f/1.2 f/1.4 etc…etc.. f/11 the good thing about this is you can clearly see the whole image sharp because it doesn’t create shallow depth of field that’s why the more the lower number of aperture the wide the blades open and creates shallow depth of field and more light passes through okay guys that’s only the three basic settings that you need to know to master your camera and just keep on playing with them because there are only three that all based on light/ exposure that passes through your camera and it will depend on your style of shoot or in settings that you want to use to create your own output I hope you like the video and I hope you learn something and hope I help you so hit like, subscribe comment what is you want to talk about basics and hit the notification bell to get you updated for the next videos so let’s gooooo!

12 comments / Add your comment below

  1. Sick! Mauragon padi. Loved how the editing was done here. Very organized to the fact that this vlog have been very informative all through out the end of this 6+ min show (at least for me it's a big YES!). On top of that, the humor and entertainment here got a touch of sweetness and natural aroma and these were all done and delivered in just a short period of time. Got one little suggestion here though padi, if I may. Try to enunciate your words well o baka dai mo lang tabi gayod padi nabubukang maray su mouth mo digdi I think😅. But all in all, you nailed this and looking forward to seeing more vlogs from you. Cheers mate, keep it up!💪🤘

  2. sa 60 fps po 1/125 po since not all entry level and semi pro camera poses 1/120 shutter speed, unless if you have RED hehehe. pero nice content, mas maganda if english lahat pre para malaking audience mo, meron iba sa youtube hindi masyado maganda mag explain kaya may manonood padin sayong mga dayohan, sayo okay kasi, nice Lighting kana, tapos may visual presentation pa, straight to the point at legit fact din mga sinasabi mo hehe, Good luck!

  3. very informative! Advise lang for the next video, hinaan mo konte ung background music, konteng konte lang.. Subscribed!

  4. Nice! Ganito yung tutorial na hinahanap ko yung maiintindahan talaga ng mga baguhan. AKA ExplainLikeIm5

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