How well could one explain the relation used while choosing the correct aperture, shutter speed and ISO?
What you are asking has taken me years to learn (I have to admit that I am a bit slow) ... the "relation" is extremely dynamic ... it is one thing for a landscape photographer who always uses a tripod and it is completely different thing for a run and gun sports photographer who wants to freeze action. Like others have suggested take time to learn the fundamentals of photography. There are lots of free tutorials on youtube you can learn from or you can subscribe to "Lynda.com" or "Kelbytraining.com" etc alternatively you can also learn live on the internet for free with "CreativeLive.com", they have quite a few great photographers who teach online and you can ask them questions live on the show, all you need is an internet enabled device to be online for their live classes ... they have a course called "Fundamentals of Digital Photography 2013" by John Greengo which you can also purchase ... there is also one from Lynda.com called "Foundations of Photography" by Ben Long ... these are just a few I know and learned from but I'm sure there are tonnes of other great tutorials by some great instructors.
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