Do you know what ISO is?
Have you ever heard of ISO in photography? ISO is a function that works in collaboration with other functions to create the exposure triangle. When all settings are perfectly adjusted, you get a well-exposed photo.
The ISO, simply put, is about the sensitivity the camera is to light. The lower the number, 100 for example, the less light is let into the sensor. When shooting in darker locations or at night you will need a higher ISO number to let more light into the camera. But, the higher the number the more risk of blurriness.
Read our article all about the exposure triangle here.
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