"Crop-ability" of images?

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Re: "Crop-ability" of images?

john isaacs wrote:

john isaacs wrote:

So shutter speed, aperture, and ISO are the settings for "lightness"?

No, shutter speed, aperture, and ISO are the settings for exposure.

I want an image; I set my exposure parameters; I get my image.

The internal workings of the camera are essentially irrelevant. It's a black box (and that might explain why most cameras are black these days!).

It's the same with film, but you get to choose your ISO for each picture without having to change out the film.

Re-defining the term is of no value; especially when it isn't replaced with a comparably useful term.

dont forget if you want to change exposure on a film camera that doesnt have an exposure comp dial you can also change the film speed setting oh dear my richo film camera has an exposure comp dial thats part of the film speed dial . who would have ever thought

Don

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