Tag Archives: ISO

catching the wave

Toronto. My now elderly NEX-6 boasts a maximum ISO of 25,600 (so noisy only black and white images are okay). Back in 1967, a maximum ASA (ISO) unpushed, was around ASA 400 (Tri-X). This speed was far too slow to … Continue reading

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What Camera Settings Should I Use for Nighttime Photos?

Toronto. Remember Life Savvy and How-to Geek in a post the other day? Well, here’s another article by Harry Guinness, from April 10 of last year (2019), this time on ideas to use with the more traditional style of digital … Continue reading

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some year!

  Toronto. As I sup upon the dredges of 2018, I think back on the progress of photography. The cell phone has become the universal camera. Nearing saturation, few of us leave home without our phone (and camera). While the … Continue reading

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