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ISO is the measurement of the camera's sensor/film sensitivity to light. It is one of the 3 ways to create a well exposed image (The other two being Aperture and Shutter Speed). Typically, a higher ISO for a correctly exposed image will result in the image being more noisy/grainy.

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Portra 400 my photos are darker than when I shoot with Portra 160. When using digital, I've noticed that higher ISO results in brighter images, and I'm trying to understand why that doesn't seem to be … the case with the film I'm using. Portra 160 is really bright — how is that possible if the lower the ISO is supposed to darken your photo while the higher the ISO is supposed to brighten your photo? …
asked Aug 14 '18 by user77098