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Pixelated or dull photos are often a sign that the light sensitivity wasn’t right for the scene that you photographed. Follow these tips to find the best ISO settings for sharp and well-contrasted photos under all kinds of light conditions.
The ISO setting indicates the sensitivity of the light sensor in your camera. Most cameras offer settings that range from 100 to 1,600, or even higher with more high-end cameras. The first rule to remember is that the higher the ISO number, the more sensitive the sensor is to light. In practice, the darker the setting that you wish to photograph, when you’re indoors for example, the higher the ISO sensitivity should be. On the other hand, in order to photograph a landscape filled with light, when doing winter sports for example, the ISO sensitivity should be low.
Your camera offers two ways to adjust its ISO sensitivity: automatic and manual.
Here are the most common and most efficient ISO sensitivity settings. Play around with them and adapt your settings as they might vary from one camera to another.
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