26 August, 2008

Me on the Web: Understanding ISO.


My most recent post went up today over at Digital Photography School. It's on Understanding ISO. Check it out HERE.

Don't miss other posts in the series:

Understanding Aperture

Understanding Shutter Speed

I wrote these posts with the beginning photographer in mind. I remember being a TOTAL FOB (fresh off the boat) photographer and just ACHING TO LEARN AND UNDERSTAND. I still feel that way from time to time! Anyway, I wrote these posts in as SIMPLE a way as possible to try to help those who are feeling discouraged and stressed about their new passion for photography.

As always, if you have ANY QUESTIONS AT ALL, please let me know!!

11 comments:

shelly said...

And it's another FANTASTIC article, Natalie. I not only love your writing style, but your articles always have so much "meat", that is available for everyone! You're awesome.

Heather said...

Great article!

Stephanie said...

Woo hoo! Thanks, Natalie! I am totally FOB and while I am generally happy with my "eye", I'm usually frustrated when I encounter something other than optimal shooting conditions. Thanks for helping me "get it" without feeling like a dummy :)

Megan said...

Hi Natalie,


Thought I'd take you up on your double dare and say hi :-)

I followed your link on DPS....just off to get a cuppa now and read your blog in it's entirety!

Megan

richie said...

Natalie is Numero Uno! YEAH BAYBEEE!

Matt said...

Thanks for the post!

You're site has some great information and some inspiring shots. I'm looking forward to seeing what else you come up with. Thanks!

MD

ashley said...

Nat...thanks for all the tips you give us FOBs. You rock and no worries you fog as many times as it takes to get rid of all those disgusting creatures. They are the one thing I will never miss!

Jody said...

Thank you SOOO much!! I bought myself a lovely Canon 40D and desp. want to learn how to use if OFF automode =)

You made things perfectly understandable and I appreciate it very much!!

I'm just dying to get time to read some more!

taxeye said...

Superb Stuff Natalie!!!!
For an "old" Canadian geezer, new camera hound like me, your technical expertise fits me to a T!!
It goes right along with my 1st exposure to f stops; small number = big hole; big number = small hole.
A book from you would be a runaway best seller for most camera users.
G'day from Cananda!!
Taxeye

Heather said...

I have a question...where did you go?!

Amy said...

Thanks so much Natalie! These posts have been so clear and helpful to me! I hope you do more!