Tagged: Exposure

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eHow: A Beginner’s Guide to the Aperture

The aperture is likely the least understood setting on your camera. Shutter settings, for example, are relatively easy to understand – too long a shutter speed results in blurring. Same with ISO: Too high an ISO setting and you introduce digital noise....

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eHow: The Sunny 16 Rule For Quick Exposures

Want to explore your camera’s manual exposure mode, but don’t know what settings to start with? While no two situations are alike, a few constants reliably provide a good starting point for photographers. The sun is one:...

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Using a Light Meter

Getting a good exposure can often be tricky even when your camera’s internal meter is showing the exposure should be correct. If you have a light mete, you can ensure a proper exposure every...

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How to use a light meter

With today’s camera’s many people think their exposure meter in their digital camera is foolproof but since it is only measuring reflected light, it can often be fooled when the subject is too bright...