Learn more: What is ISO? ►► 🤍bit.ly/whatis-iso Exposure Triangle eBook ►► 🤍bit.ly/exposure-ebook Aperture Guide ►► 🤍bit.ly/whatis-aperture "What is Aperture" Video ►► 🤍bit.ly/aperture-vid 00:00 The Exposure Triangle 00:51 What is ISO? 01:31 ISO Meaning and Examples 02:36 Shooting in the Dark 04:21 Noise & Grain (High ISO) 05:05 Dynamic Range & Native ISO 06:04 Adding Texture with Grain 06:38 Film Grain vs Digital Noise 08:15 Final Takeaways What is ISO? Camera ISO is just one of three camera settings that make up the exposure triangle. In photography and cinematography, the exposure triangle is how image makers can adjust to any lighting scenario. In this episode of our aperture, shutter speed and ISO tutorial series, we look at camera ISO and its essential role in exposure. This is ISO explained. ISO (pronounced “eye-so”) is the name adopted by the International Organization for Standardization. This group, which has been around for decades, is a global organization dedicated to creating international standards for everything from medical devices to country codes. One of their first ISO standards was for the “light sensitivity” of black and white celluloid film. Since then, the term ISO in photography and cinematography has stuck and refers to how sensitive unexposed film (or a camera’s sensor) is to incoming light. In this ISO guide, we’ll explain the various “ISO speeds” or camera ISO settings with a practical photography tutorial on when these choices should be made. Which ISO to use in low light settings or overly bright scenarios? It all depends on the other camera settings like aperture and shutter speed — and what your ultimate goal for the shot is. A high ISO setting pushes the camera sensor to be more sensitive to light, while a low ISO setting desensitizes it. Naturally, when you’re shooting a bright exterior scene, you would need your camera ISO to be less sensitive. Vice versa, in a low light scenario, you might be tempted to raise your ISO speed. But be careful — a high ISO setting can also introduce film grain or digital noise into your image. Another consideration when choosing your camera ISO speed is dynamic range. Dynamic range dictates how bright and dark an image can be while still retaining visual information. For example, if you’re shooting a bright sky above a dark forest, you might not be able to capture complete detail in both areas. These days, digital cameras have what’s called a native ISO setting where the optimal dynamic range is found. With these ISO settings, your photography or cinematography can be versatile and nuanced. Remember, ISO is just one of the camera basics included in the exposure triangle. Make sure to watch the other photography tutorial videos in this series to get the complete picture. #FilmTheory #VideoEssay #Filmmaking — Music by Artlist ► 🤍utm.io/umJx Music by Artgrid ► 🤍utm.io/umJy Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍bit.ly/2IXwomF Music by Music Vine ► 🤍bit.ly/2IUE0pT Music by MusicBed ► 🤍bit.ly/2Fnz9Zq Songs: Wild Pony - “Larchmont (STARCHILD Remix)” Live Footage - “144” Kerry Muzzey - “The Butterfly Effect” Soundroll - “Dare (No Guitars)” Flow State - “Don’t Hold Me (No Vocal Elements)” 1917 OST / Audiomachine - “The Big Smoke” 1917 OST / Thomas Newman - “Gehenna” Hill - “The Seeds of Unrest (Instrumental)” Sounds Like Sander - “East West Stomp (Instrumental)” Soundroll - “Line of Drums (Reduced Mix)” The Post OST / John Williams - “The Presses Roll” American Beauty OST / Thomas Newman - “Dead Already” The Disaster Artist OST / Dave Porter - “I Did Not Hit Her” Makeup and Vanity Set - “The Zone” — SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍bit.ly/2hksYO0 Looking for a project management platform for your filmmaking? StudioBinder is an intuitive project management solution for video creatives; create shooting schedules, breakdowns, production calendars, shot lists, storyboards, call sheets and more. Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍studiobinder.com/pricing — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍🤍instagram.com/studiobinder Facebook ►► 🤍🤍facebook.com/studiobinderapp Twitter ►► 🤍🤍twitter.com/studiobinder
As a new, aspiring videographer working in education, I'm overwhelmed by how well put together this video is. Everything about it serves its instructional goals while maintaining a stylish, compelling look and feel.
How is your "what is" intro song called? I couldn't find anything on my own but I vibe with it every episode :)
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Iso is not part of exposure. Exposure is : input light, aperture, time on a sensor. The global result depends on the fourth parameter : iso.☝️
2 minutes deep, feel excited to learn something, immediately assume portal joke, panic my way back to king iso…
this is best tutorial video. why? free book free video tutorial and good explanation and edit. bravo!
Very good 🙏
how can you make a video about ISO without mentioning gordon willis? who’s all philosophy was that noise and grain. please make a video about him, i’m fascinated
Any video with a couple of Tom Waits appearances is a good one.
The only thing I would change about this truly excellent channel is that it overwhelmingly treats film (as in celluloid) as this relic of the past when it's surprisingly relevant when you look into it. This channel uses a lot of clips from The Favorite, Interstellar, and the Hateful Eight, all shot on film, and none "old" by any means.
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This channel is actually awesome, the amount I learn from this channel and not even just this video is remarkable
Please re-upload "What is Aperture" video.
Please re-upload "What is Aperture" video.