Here's an all too often overlooked truth: digital photography can be intimidating for a beginner. Aperture? Shutter speed? Exposure Compensation? These technical terms act as barriers, separating the amateurs from the professionals.
Far too often budding photographers are quick to grab a camera and kickstart their hobby or freelance photography business without any proper training or understanding of the basic features of a camera.
In photography, the end results (or lack thereof) always speak for themselves. The most expensive cameras or post-production talent can do little to "fix" broken fundamentals.
The photo background team at Backdropstore.com created this infographic in attempt to clear up some of the confusion. It covers the ins and outs of digital photography including the exposure triangle, fast and slow shutter speeds, aperture number, bokeh, ISO, and more. No matter if you're shooting indoors or out, for fun or for profit, this visual guide can serve as a valuable resource.