ISO forms part of the exposure triangle. We'll be looking at the exposure triangle in a later tutorial. Where we put together ISO, Shutter Speed, and Aperture. In this tutorial, we will look at ISO as an individual element.
Start to juggle three balls - what could possibly go wrong?
I don't know how you felt about it, or do feel about it, but that's how I experienced the thought of shooting fully manual for the first time.
I'm a photographer, and that to me means that I try to capture everything that I find interesting, and in the case of stock photography, subjects that sell. I love capturing images of people, predominantly through portraiture, but also by enjoying the challenges of street photography. So if I list types of photography and the first two on the list include people, why do I always tell newcomers to start with landscape photography? Is it because it's easier?
Look up RAW v Jpeg on the internet or YouTube, and there are as many opinions about the subject as any political issue. It's one of photography's great debates. So why shouldn't I put in my two pennies worth?