We'll stay with the top left side buttons of the Nikon D810. Today, we'll explore ISO (page 109). ISO (International Organization for Standardization) sets technical standards; in this case it's for cameras. ISO is for light sensitivity.
But first, let's find the button. Simply press the ISO button...
... and rotate the MAIN COMMAND DIAL to set the ISO.
You can chose from ISO 62 to ISO 12800. Usually I set my ISO from 100-400, unless, I'm shooting at night or in low light situations.
Here are some test photos using ISO. Same subject, taken moments apart. No filters. No editing.
The subject was my flower photography mug.
You can purchase this item or some of my other flower photography mugs and notecards here.
A portion of the proceeds from my photography is donated to the Light The Night.
I'm a brain cancer survivor and will be walking in October for the third time.
Until next time, happy creating!
Today's Tip: Possibly the best -- and Star Wars fanatic -- video on ISO.
My "go to" camera:
The link above will take you to Amazon where you can read more. I will get a very small commission but it helps support my work. Much appreciated!
© 2019, Lane Billings