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I registered with the university's photography club called "Exposure".

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I bought a Nikon D40 (a SLR = a single –lens reflex camera) some years ago,
but I haven’t learned how to use it properly, So I decided to join this club.
The membership fee cost $10, which is quite cheap.
I think people have to pay when they join any clubs at university.
During the semester, we will be holding photographic and social events.

I learned different terms and basic techniques for taking photographs
and familiarized myself with the camera.
I found out that exposure refers to the combination of ISO, aperture, and shutter speed.
Let me explain to your bliefly as well as to review them for myself.

ISO refers to the sensitivity of the sensor or film to light.
Higher ISO has higher sensitivity but worse image quality.

Aperture refers to the size of the adjustable hole in the lends,
through which the light travels.
A large depth of field means a large distance can be in focus.
A small one is vice versa.

Shutter speed refers to the exposure time,
and is the length of time for which the shutter is open.
I found that my pictures at night are sometimes blurred
because the shutter speed is very slow.

These three things are related, so if we change one,
we have to compensate by changing one of the other two.
I would like to check out these variables by using my camera,
and then to be able to take better pictures.

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. bulge (on TV)
= fat on the body that sticks out in a round shape
2. bloke (on TV)
= a man
3. lay back to sb (on TV)
=

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