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Ok, a stupid question…
A difference of 1 stop means that the amount of light entering the camera is halved or doubled, according to what element of the exposure triangle is modified.
But does it work both ways? I mean, if the amount of lights in a scene is doubled or halved, does it translate in a stop difference (so for example i’d obtain the same exposure if i’d double the light instead of increasing 1 step in the ISO) ? I did some very simple and basic test with a light metering app and they suggest me that it’s what light does.
I realize that it’s a bit naive question , ah ah! but finding the link between the amount of light and the exposure is an encouraging thing for me.
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