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  1. Ray Ray

    What a great find this video was. SO well explained. Can't wait to try this out. A+++

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  2. Steven Grey Vlogs

    I'm not even photographer and I did subscribe xD Interesting and clear video 😀 thanks!

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  3. Ari J. Weiss

    Was that a spamalot/Monty Python regency at the beginning.

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  4. Peter Buongarzone

    Ok, I never bother subscribing to YouTube channels or commenting but your videos have made me go against that this time around 😀

    Wow! Seriously, incredible content and you explain everything in such a way that it makes complete sense instantly.

    A huge thanks for taking the time to create and post your tutorials! Massively appreciated! 🙂

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  5. Neil Macleay

    Hi. I am new to photography and still learning the basics of Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO. Great video. Wonderfully adept, and USEFUL explanation of ISO. You've gained another Subscriber.

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  6. Caesar Sinner

    New to the photography scene. Just ordered a new camera. And I was curious what the heck is ISO, and this is the best description ever. So easy to understand. Thank you.

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  7. Mike Murphy

    Back in my day… In the US we used ASA (American Standard Assoc). Then "we" switched to ISO to bring the world together. My original Kodak Vericolor ASA 160 but wedding photographers shot it at 100. When Fuji came out with 400 I changed to that and stayed with 400 my entire carrier. Now with digital I stick with 400 and I understand how to properly expose using aperture and speed. You can too and with digital its simple you don't have to send film in and wait till its processed.

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  8. the L giver guy

    i own a nikon p900 and i need help with the zoom,everytime i try to zoom i lose focus,any tips on how to zoom and keep a great focus,whats the set up?thank u

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  9. tyler c

    but what does changing the iso setting physically change in the camera. I understand it increases light sensitivity but what physically changes to accomplish that?

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  10. Samantha-Jade xx

    Youre weird 😁 but funny… so thats why i subscribed

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  11. Jesse Ramon

    I shoot with an APS-C Canon Camera (the t6i). If anyone is starting photography or is curious to see what results you will get with it, check out my instagram @jramon323

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  12. drLazyEvil

    What about trying to get a print out of such high ISO pictures? Any tips or suggestion? I'm just wondering, because it seems that the only way to reduce the noise of ISO is a) better gear b) resizing the image.

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