F-stops and T-StopsLearn how f-stops and t-stops work, and how to use them as a measure of exposure.
F-stops and T-StopsDeveloped by Jason Tomaric, FilmSkills
F-stops and T-stops are units that measure the change in teh brightness of light, and we use them to determine the dynamic range of a camera sensor, the contrast ratios of a scene we are lighting, and as an exposure tool.
In this lesson, you will learn how f-stops work and how to use them on set.
- What is an f-number?
- The difference between an f-stop and a t-stop
- How changes in an f-stop affect the brightness of light
- Working with fast and slow lenses
- How to use T-stops
- Working with F-stops and T-stops on set