Re: Car Thread!
This is my opinion, but classes don't mean anything. It's the pictures you take that count. Lighting is one of the biggest factors in your picture. The other things you have to take into account it ISO, aperture, and focus.
ISO is the sensitivity of the light sensor in your camera. The higher the value, the more noise there will be in your picture. DSLR camera's handle noise much better than point-and-shoot cameras.
Aperture controls how much light hits the sensor. The higher the number, the less light allowed inside the camera. F/2.8 would be low, F/8 would be high. The thing to remember with aperture is that the lower it is, the shallower your range of focus becomes. F/8 would have much more focused area than F/2.8.
Focus shouldn't really need to be explained. You adjust it depending on the distance of what you're shooting.
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