Learn To Use Exposure Settings For Creative Shots Here at Online Photography School we will tell you about learning to use exposure settings in your DSLR for taking creative shots.
Before pressing the shutter on your camera, many choices are made regarding exposure i.e. aperture, shutter speed, and ISO setting.
In theory there are various technically correct exposure settings, but is it the best creative exposure? Have you thought of the validity of your subject before setting the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO? If not then you haven’t been taking creative photos.
Mathematically there are many correct ways of choosing [...]
Make Use Of Exposure For Perfect Shots
When you start out in photography the first thing you need to know is how to set the exposure and f-stops on your camera. If you don’t learn this, then all your shot will be the same. Exposure and f-stops on your camera is the key to great photographs. They can make or break a picture.
“Perfect Cone Active Volcano” captured by Jose Besa
If you don’t get the exposure right, then your shot will be essentially ruined. It can’t be fixed in Photoshop or any other graphics program, well, that’s not quite correct. They can, but it will look like they have been fixed in a graphics [...]
Introduction To Metering and Exposure
A camera’s metering mode generally refers to the way the camera itself decides which is the correct exposure for a picture. A cameras metering system is the brains behind how your camera determines the shutter speed and aperture, based on lighting conditions and ISO speed; in-camera metering is standardized based on the luminance of light which would be reflected from an object appearing as middle gray.
Today, digital cameras users have the ability to choose and adjust the wide range of metering mode, or how the camera measures the brightness of the subject. Understanding these can improve one’s [...]
How Does Exposure Bracketing Work
There are times when it can be difficult to decide on what the ideal exposure should be to get the best image of a scene. It may be that you don’t have the time to think about your exposure, or it may be that there are elements of extreme brightness and shadow within the picture that you want to capture, and you’re not sure whether exposing for the highlights or the shadows will give you the better final image. Bracketing could be the solution.
What is bracketing?
Bracketing is the technical term for a sequence of frames of the same image, shot in rapid succession and all at different [...]