We had a brief glance at Exposure, here we go more in depth and also give an explanation of “Stops” of Light.
To view answers of the quiz questions, highlight the text after the “answer”.
How many stops is f/2 from f/4?
Answer: 2 stops
I am on an aperture 1.4 and I am 4 stops overexposed. What can I do if I want to keep the 1.4 aperture and don't want to touch the ISO?
Answer: Make my shutter speed 4 stops faster. The aperture is wide open so I need less time for the image to get made.
Now it's time to play with your camera, put it on M mode. Figure out with the help of your manual how to change your Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO.
Play around with the dials, if you open your aperture 3 stops, make the shutter speed 3 stops faster. Play and observe how you get the same exposure.