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Old 10-22-2007, 04:11 AM   #1
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LXer: Adventures in Digital Photography With Linux, part 5: Aperture, Shutter Speeds,


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LXer Feature: 22-Oct-2007

Welcome back! In part 4 we ranged all over the place, from how to manage and edit your photo archives with Linux, some discussion on choosing lenses, and finally getting down to the most important part of getting high-quality photographs: understanding aperture, shutter speeds, and ISO. Part 4 covered the fundamentals of aperture, so let's leap in to shutter speeds and ISO. This applies to point-and-shoot cameras as well as the fancy DSLRs with herds of different lenses; if you don't understand these three photography fundamentals, you won't understand how to get the best photos.

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