What is the difference between Manual Vs Automatic Mode and what does it all mean?!!

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    3 replies to "Manual Mode Vs Automatic Mode – What Does It Mean? | Photography Tips Geekoutdoors.com EP945"

    • Tim Pearcy

      Great video. You might want to explain the crazy numbers on Fstops. Since they are in reverse what one with no clue would assume.

    • Gwen Walcott

      That's the only way I USED to shoot photography. (BTW, 200 isn't low for ISO. 80 and 120 were more common for outdoor use back 50 years ago). f8 and 1/125 second were also common settings. VERY slow shutter speeds are good for night-time star-scapes. 1/10000 second are good for stop action (like filming a drop of milk hitting the surface of the dish of milk.). BTW, the focus thing with the aperature — the term you were looking for is "Depth of Field" — you increase that with closing aperture.

      just sayin ..

    • Colorado Geek

      This was really helpful!

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