Mark Steines Demonstrates ISO Camera Settings On Hallmark’s Home & Family

Photography is one of my passions in life. I’ve always enjoyed taking photos of my English roses in the spring and summer, my dogs swimming and playing on a warm summer day and different items in natural sunlight because honestly, I didn’t know how to take great photos in dimly lit rooms or at night. Well, that has all changed thanks to Mark Steines amazing life changing segment on ISO on Hallmark’s “Home & Family”!

 

Hallmark "Home & Family" co-host Mark Steines talks about ISO and demonstrates how to alter a photo just by changing the ISO.  © 2014 Crown Media United States, LLC Alexx Henry Studios, LLC / Jeremy Lee

Hallmark “Home & Family” co-host Mark Steines talks about ISO and demonstrates how to alter a photo just by changing the ISO. © 2014 Crown Media United States, LLC Alexx Henry Studios, LLC / Jeremy Lee

 

 

On today’s “Home & Family” Mark Steines discussed ISO, which is that little button on your camera, you’ve probably been afraid to touch. According to Mark, ISO stands for the International Standards Organization, and “it mandates the sensitivity of your camera.” ISO “is the sensitivity of an image sensor to light” and it’ll “teach your camera to know the light in a room.” For instance, the lower the light, the higher the ISO.

 

Mark Steines photographs his co-host Cristina Ferrare on Hallmark's "Home & Family"! Photo credit: © 2014 Crown Media United States, LLC Alexx Henry Studios, LLC / Jeremy Lee

Mark Steines photographs his co-host Cristina Ferrare on Hallmark’s “Home & Family”! Photo credit: © 2014 Crown Media United States, LLC
Alexx Henry Studios, LLC / Jeremy Lee

 

 

Be sure to watch the video to see Mark Steines demonstrate how to change the ISO in your camera and listen to his amazing “lecture”. I’ll catch you later, it’s getting dark and it’s finally time for me to start taking pictures with my Canon Rebel T3I camera!

 

 

 

 

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