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Week 8 – Exposure 2 – Creative Uses of Exposure

Find a tallish object more or less the size of the spray bottle I used in this example. Put it in a window during the day. Take two pictures of that object: one with the exposure set for the background-what … Continue reading

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week 8 – exposure

Both photos of black paper (left) and white paper (right) look similar because when shooting in automatic setting, the camera – if exposure not set to specs – tries to adjust exposure in the middle and find the gray medium.

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Week 8 – Exposure – How Your Camera Meter Works

Acronym: TTL – Through the Lens The meter in your camera is a reflected-light meter. A reflected light meter averages the tones in the scene and selects the aperture and shutter speed values that will make the whole scene medium gray. … Continue reading

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