DSLR Tips: Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO

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On this episode we try to tackle the relationship of aperture, shutter speed and ISO. I also give my review of the Motion Slider 36! www.photovideoshow.com http Equipment used in this video: Nikon D7000 – amzn.to Nikkor 50mm F1.4 – amzn.to Nikkor 18-70mm F3.5 – amzn.to Motion Slider 36 – amzn.to


jtisthe1123 says:

Is there any DSLR that displays the exposure (Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO) in the optical viewfinder as you change it (not the in the LCD display i.e., Live Mode)? Thank you. I enjoy your show and very informative.

studentRN81 says:

Best info I’ve seen, compared to the others 🙂

SmudgeTehCat says:

Thank you! I’m getting a Nikon D5100 for Christmas and I’ve been wanting to learn about Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO, this has really helped me and hopefully I’ll get some good results. :)

thephotovideoshow says:

Awesome! Glad it helped out!

thephotovideoshow says:

It’s for both, But I always stay between 30-60 shutter speed for video.

thephotovideoshow says:

Most welcome! Thanks for giving me a watch!

aizawl2007 says:

I think I learned some good stuffs from here. Thanks Mark

tinktwiceman says:

Just what I was looking for. Thanks for this great explanation. So if by trying to get the right exposure, it’s okay to go against the rule of doubling your frame rate for your shutter? & it won’t take too much away from the “film look” ? or is this tip for photography mostly? Thank you.

thephotovideoshow says:

I’m sure you will! Good luck and thanks for watching!

Cynthia ward says:

I Just bought a canon EOS 600 D Rebel DSLR Camera hope to create new ideas

pradeep kumar Jooluri says:

that is wonderful mark i got some better snaps with ur tips thank u somuch….

thephotovideoshow says:

Most welcome!

thephotovideoshow says:

You are very welcome! I’m glad it helped!

Shaun R says:

This helps with my new dlsr and my point and shoot. thanks

GreyRockProductions says:

me too haha! what kind did you get?

HelloWorld1947 says:

Thank you so much Mark. This was the best tutorial i have seen on here without you going on and on about irrelevant stuff. You went right to the points with great examples. It was clear and precise. I wrote down in my note and all i have to do now is memorize what each setting means and start shooting. I have a great eye for photography but I know nothing about camera & settings, but now you just rescued me. THANK YOU!!!!!

thephotovideoshow says:

Most welcome! Hope it comes in handy!

enbassaa says:

cheers for the tips man. im a compelte NOOB with dslr’s and i just brought my first

EyeLean5280 says:

Great video, really great examples and explanations. Only thing I would change is to remix so the music is just a bit softer.

CocoandKirby says:

By the way I didn´t know that the shutter speed and aperture could make an image brighter or darker, thank you so much!!!

CocoandKirby says:

the music sounds like ´chinese funk´ from american dad! but really nice video, it helped! thanks!

archangeltron says:

Great Videos! @ 9:00 “pack that mofo….” hilarious….

jammnn1 says:

Great video! Thanks!

tellitlkitis says:

Great video

vidya putra says:

i really like the diagram and table you use, easier to understand…

Carol Johnson says:

Would be a great video if you’d leave off the music in the background.

Evelyn Rimando says:

What exactly is noise or grainy?

thephotovideoshow says:


Sherry Kingskid says:

Thank you 🙂

brandonelliot says:

@thephotovideoshow Shouldn’t the “smaller number means” & “larger number means” chart sections be switched in the “shutter speed” row or am I misreading it? I thought the smaller the shutter speed number the greater the motion blur but you have it in the “larger number means” column

steve denenberg says:

come by my channel for tips and tricks thanks steve please subscribe for more videos

PaulMeToNandos says:

At 1:25 I immediately thought Vsauce.

Delmarksman says:

Video was very helpful, thank you. Really like seeing the programming on the camera

Annabellamor says:

.finally i understand so called the exposure triangle. thanks a lot!!
no more auto mode on my canon 600d hehe 😉

Kevin Wurm says:

Great Video! Keep Posting!!!

skateteamblah says:

what mic are you using ?

anikanchan says:

One of the best tutorials out there on youtube! Thanks a lot Marko!

Kenneth Quiratman says:

what song.

guloguloguy says:

Hey, All of these parameters have some numerical scale used to measure each of them. Is there a way to “calculate” the approximate values for each parameter, in order to achieve an acceptable level of exposure? I’d think that there must be some sorts of “thumb rules” that could be used. Please explain your best thumb rules for guestimating each value. Thanks!

amalia muñoz says:

thank you for this! it helped a lot!, being dyslexic it took me ages to quite get the hang of it! thanks so much!

Garnette cardenas says:

hello what is the best mode i can use anytime? my camera is Nikin D3000… im only a beginner,,, 🙂

thephotovideoshow says:

Nikon D7000

Jay Enj says:

which camera are you using?

Ian Ralph Tabing says:

it does, but the camera doesn’t display 1/2200.. it displays 2200, which can confuse people.

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