ISO Chart

If you’re looking to learn more about ISO and how it effects your exposure, or the look of your image, please check out our detailed article: Understanding ISO as part of our Photography 101 series.

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Note that unlike f-stop and shutter speed, ISO values are never provided in half-stop increments.  Your camera will either allow you to choose ISO in one-stop, or third-stop increments.  Also note that towards the bottom of the chart, some of the third-stop options are listed as n/a.  Currently there are no cameras on the market that allow the selection of those n/a options.

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Think You Know It All?

This short downloadable quiz has been designed to help you learn more about the basics of exposure, and the three pillars of the exposure triangle.  Are you ready for manual mode on your camera?  Take the test!


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