One scene, two settings

One scene, two settings - student project

These two images were taken in the same position several minutes apart. The first image was taken at ISO 12800, F3.5, 1/25th. The second image was taken at ISO 100, F8, 2.5 seconds. The light had increase by 3 stops of light between the images, that is why the exposures aren't absolutely perfect compared to the Exposure Triangle, but the same principles applied.

One scene, two settings - image 1 - student project

One scene, two settings - image 2 - student project

The image quality dramatically increased when the ISO was reduced to 100.

Colin Butterworth
Photographer, Graphic Artist & Printer
Teacher