Exposure Value

The Exposure Value was a system developed in Germany int eh 1950’s that was supposed to replace the 2 number Aperture/shutter speed with a single number.

example

f11 at 1/250s is equivalent to EV 15

EV is much easier to remember for the photographer, but not often taught.

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