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Learning Camera Settings


More Creativity by Learning Camera Settings


Digital photography is full of joy, provided that you get the hidden features on digital cameras. By learning camera settings, you open up a new door to unleash your creativity.

One of the many hidden camera settings is Exposure Compensation, which I picked for this Wednesday Photo Tip. 

Learning Camera Settings; Exposure Compensation

Generally speaking, the camera sets the exposure by using the built-in Light meter. However, many conditions can fool the camera. For instance, taking photos at the beaches or on snow scenes are the common ones. The light reflection is more potent in those conditions; therefore, your camera compensates for the intense sunlight, and the result will be an under-exposed subject. Sounds familiar?  [/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”23518″ img_size=”600×400″ add_caption=”yes” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_rounded” onclick=”link_image” css_animation=”fadeIn” title=”Exposure Compensation”][vc_column_text]Here is a simple solution for this common problem; Exposure Compensation!
Using the Exposure Compensation, you force the camera to shoot the photo brighter or darker than average exposure.
For instance, on a bright sunny day at the beach or snow scene, set the Exposure Compensation to +1, +1.5, or even +2 can result in an over-exposed surrounding but maintaining the correct exposure for your subject.
On the contrary, While taking pictures of sunset or sunrise, the dark foreground fools the camera to over-exposed the sky. Setting Exposure Compensation to -1, -1.5, or -2 makes the foreground darker, precisely what we want to, and keeps the saturated colours on the sky.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”24119″ img_size=”600×400″ add_caption=”yes” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_rounded” onclick=”link_image” css_animation=”fadeIn” title=”Exposure Compensation”][vc_message message_box_style=”outline” message_box_color=”success” icon_fontawesome=”far fa-hand-point-right”]Go ahead and give Exposure Compensation a try and let me know.
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Do you want to Unleash your Creativity?

Omnilargess Photography workshops focus on many hidden features in digital cameras.

The Full-day Photography Class covers camera settings and Exposure in an easy way to understand in the morning classroom session. In the afternoon, participants try new skills on an outdoor field trip.

The workshop starts on September 13th at 11 am.

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