The digital revolution made the photographer’s former trinity of aperture (depth of field), speed (motion) and ISO (sensitivity) look like boring child’s play. New cameras are computers offering a wide selection of functions and modes. In the end photography is still all about aperture, speed and ISO, yet our minds and eyes are diverted by the goodies these new multifunctional über-machines offer.
This has consequences on not only how we operate the cameras a.k.a. machines, but also on how we photograph.
Shared on Aug 05, 2014