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James Tyrrell

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James had hardly touched a camera when he came to Londolozi, but his writing skills that complemented his Honours degree in Zoology meant that he was quickly snapped up by the Londolozi blog team. An environment rich in photographers helped him develop the ...

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on Understanding the Exposure Triangle

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TED SWINDON
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HI JAMES,
ONCE AGAIN A VERY GOOD AND USEFUL ARTICLE. I AM SURE THAT YOUR GUESTS WILL FIND IT VERY BENEFICIAL, AS I KNOW HOW I REALLY FOUND IT VERY HARD TO MASTER IN THE BEGINNING.
IT DOES OFF COURSE HELP A LOT IF YOU CAN AFFORD TO BUY A GOOD LENS WHICH WILL GIVE YOU THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF LIGHT WITH SAY AN APERTURE OF 2.8.
THIS HAS BEEN MY EXPERIENCE IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO HAVE TO INCREASE THE ISO TO GET MORE LIGHT.
WELL DONE AND WELL WRITTEN.
KIND REGARDS,
TED.

jimmy
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Always a pleasure to read camera tips! thanks.

Jill Grady
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Great tips James! I have a lot to learn, so I always appreciate all the help I can get!

Rich Laburn
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Interesting tips James and certainly something that I have found extremely useful to understand and practice since I began wildlife photography.

Velvet Hammond
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Very good article. The review of the triangle was useful, as now I have moved from Program to Aperture Priority and Spot exposure. I have a lot of practicing to do, but my photos are better.

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