What are ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed in LMC 8.4?

There are multiple factors that decide how the image is going to look when taking photos. One of the key factors are ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed combined known as the Exposure Triangle. This exposure triangle heavily impacts the photo quality so it is very crucial to understand the purpose and usage of the SO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed.

ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed in LMC 8.4

What is ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed


International Organization for Standardization better known as ISO is a quite impactful factor that controls the sensitivity of the camera sensors. If the ISO level is lower (100-300) the image will look darker but it will capture less noise whereas if the ISO level is higher (1500-1800), the image will look brighter and it will increase the sensitivity of the image and capture more noise.


Aperture adjusts the size of the opening of the camera lens which is measured by f-stop. A lower f-stop (f/1.6 – f/1.8) means the larger opening of the camera lens allowing the camera to capture more light and provide a brighter image but if the f-stop is higher (f/2.6 – f/2.8), the image will look more dull.

Shutter Speed

When you tap on the shutter button to take a photo, the camera shutter is open and once the image is captured, the shutter gets closed so the shutter speed is basically the time while the camera shutter was opened in that whole process. If the shutter speed is slow then it means the camera will have more time to capture more light to provide a brighter image but if the shutter speed is quite fast then the image may look dark.

How to Use Them to Enhance Photo Quality?

The one thing that is very common in the exposure triangle is that ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed can make your photo dull and dark or bright and detailed. It depends on how you use them. LMC 8.4 is a manual camera app so it gives you the complete freedom to modify the exposure triangle as per your need and the current lighting situation to capture perfect photos.

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