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  1. Michael Taylor

    I've heard this explained many times before but this is the best framework I have come across. It has really stuck in my head. I've been working on Canon's "Creative Auto" for so long but have been wanting to go straight manual, excited to see the rest in this series.

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  2. My Marquez

    this is great! thanks for the info ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿค“๐Ÿ˜Ž

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  3. Ya Mi

    So if i figured it out at least 2 settings the camera will adjust the other one automatically? thats it?

    well thats a relief i thought i have to figure those 3 things everytime i took a pic or video.
    but the question is that will the automatic settings will give me a good looking image?

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  4. Mira San Antonio

    love it! this makes me understand a lot about Aperture , Shutterspeed and ISO.

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  5. Neelam Maredia

    one of the best lessons i believe. he explained so well.

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  6. Utpal Dutta

    The way u set an example to make it understand is unique and really Nice… everyone can understand it.. Really 10000 tons of thanks to u.. i m really exited to see all ur videos.. But i m not a good lerner so all together makes me confused.. So till today my first lesson is clear about the 3 elements…

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  7. Utpal Dutta

    Thanks Mark for such a Needful Video.. I cnt balance the Tringle till now.. But this video clear all my doubts.. Thnks once more. …

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  8. Siama Renthlei

    this is what im looking for. it really works well with me.

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  9. Guillermo Maura

    I am a absolute beginner and this video was very helpful. Excellent explanation, very clear. Thanks a lot !!!

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  10. GreatAmericanDesert

    This was very cool!!! Thank you ………………….

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  11. SpecOps240

    I'm a beginner for black and white. I'm way behind when it comes to developing since the negatives came out "black" since too much light got in the pictures, correct me if I'm wrong. Is there a way for to see the negatives clear without the "black" showing up?

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  12. shwetha gururaja

    Thanks for nice explanation. I'm a beginner , I will definitely try to get some good pictures ๐Ÿ‘

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  13. STYLES FELIZ

    thank you, you thought me souch in this one. everyone else talks I'm circle. the way you did it was perfect. thank you.

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  14. Ajaya Kumar Velayudhan Nair

    Great experience reveal… Heartily congratulations dear brother Mark…! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  15. queenofdahouse1

    You are so easy to follow and you explain it well, although it's a lot to take in and I stay confused over shutter, ISO, and aperture, I do so enjoy your video's …thank you so much for making these video so I can learn more about my camera…..:)

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  16. emanuscriptgraphics

    Awesome video! I'm a graphic artist and programmer who wants to start taking some stock images for projects, and I'm really funny about image quality, and what better than to join team photography! โœŠ

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  17. PRESS STAR

    i am new in photography…… your video help me very helpfully..$thanks….

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  18. Hardwired Reviews

    Isn't it pronounced "eye-so" not I.S.O. From what I understand it's not an acronym

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  19. revshoney

    Thank you, Mr. Wallace! I just received my first "real" camera and I appreciate the way you have explained the basics and also all of your visuals, which are especially helpful to me in giving me an overall picture of each light-related setting. All of this is new to me since my prior "point and shoot" did so much for me I had never explored those settings on it. Now, I am just trying to figure out how to use my Canon Rebel T6 and I think I have an idea of what these 3 settings mean. I am looking forward to viewing more. I hope all of your videos are explained in the same way. Thank you so much!

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  20. Bryan Resch

    My head is spinning. I need the next several parts to this video lol. I'm confused darn it. ๐Ÿ˜ฃ

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  21. Jim Willis

    thanks for captioning your videos for the deaf. much easier to Lear that way.

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  22. nicola moran

    This is really excellent – VERY clear – thank you Mark!

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  23. Cesar Abraham

    Adorama one of my favorite store. Great Job buddy for the guys and gals who have just purchased a DSLR camera for the first time

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  24. pirolas03

    Great simplistic explanation, you get my subscription, keep it up.

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