Taking the advice of many people on here I’ve been taking photos of the same scene with all settings the same except for one, which I move from low to high. It’s great to get an idea of what all these settings mean, for us amateur photographers.
For example, I pointed the camera out my window, set it to F 8.2, ISO 400, Exposure 0, and then took shots at f 1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000 (as high as my camera goes).
Then I pointed it at something else, and changed the ISO settings.
You get the idea.
I would add a couple of suggestions to this method in order to really study the settings. First, I’m repeating it with different kinds of scenes.
So I took a shot out my window, today being a bright sunny day, changing the shutter speed. Then I moved to shooting in a d…