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The “Correct Exposure” – Part 3

This post is a continuation in the series of “Correct Exposure” series. We will deal with “exposure compensation” in this post, and it’s best that you’re familiar with what we’ve covered in my earlier tutorials, in particular the first two … Continue reading

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The “Correct Exposure” – Part 2

If you’ve read Part 1, you should now¬†be more familiar with the exposure meter, and how to read the information it displays. In a nutshell, you should know when your current settings will result in a correct exposure (zero-reading), an … Continue reading

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The “Correct Exposure” – Part 1

I have talked in the preceding posts about three key factors in taking photographs, or “making an exposure”. These factors were the Shutter Speed, the Aperture and the ISO Sensitivity. For a refresher, you can click on each of these … Continue reading

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