asdf

    Program Mode Explained: how to creatively shift aperture and shutter speed

    | Photography for Beginners | 06/02/2014 00:01am
    0 Comments

    Working in Program Shift

    Follow these steps for great results.

    Working in Program Shift: step 1

    Get in the mode
    Turn the mode dial to Program and lightly tap the shutter release button. You’ll see a combination of aperture and shutter speed appear. Move the camera around and you’ll see either the aperture, shutter speed or both change.

     

    Working in Program Shift: step 2

    Shift the settings
    To activate Program Shift, rotate the camera’s control dial in one direction to select a wider aperture/faster shutter speed or in the opposite direction for a smaller aperture/slower shutter speed. This process can vary between models.

     SEE MORE: What is ISO – when to increase sensitivity, types of noise and more

    Working in Program Shift: step 3

    Change the ISO
    If a combination of aperture and shutter speed is unavailable, try changing the ISO setting on the camera. Increasing it will make the sensor more sensitive to light, while choosing a lower setting decreases the sensor’s sensitivity.

    PAGE 1: Program Mode Explained
    PAGE 2: Working in Program Shift
    PAGE 3: Using aperture and shutter speed in Program mode
    PAGE 4: How to shift the exposure
    PAGE 5: Program mode alternatives

    READ MORE

    99 common photography problems (and how to solve them)
    44 essential digital camera tips and tricks
    10 common camera mistakes every photographer makes
    Breaking bad photo habits: 10 classic blunders and easy ways to improve
    Learn photography: classic tips and tutorials for shooting popular subjects


    Posted on Thursday, February 6th, 2014 at 12:01 am under Photography for Beginners.

    Tags: , ,

    Share This Page

    sssss