A beginner's guide to your camera's top dial

If you have a new digital camera, or if you’re new to digital photography, all those abbreviations on the top dial of your camera might seem a bit confusing. Your top dial is where you will find your camera’s exposure modes. To read this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Top Dial Tutorial”

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2016–03–25 14:46
Categories: Tutorials

Adjust Exposure with Aperture and ISO

You’ll learn how Stops and Exposure relate to ISO and Aperture. To see this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Adjust Exposure

Posted by JAshley on Thu, 2016–02–25 21:09
Categories: Tutorials
Tags: exposureapertureisotutorialFebruary 2016video

How to always get exposure right - your camera's exposure settings explained

How to always get exposure right. To read this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Exposure Settings

Posted by JAshley on Thu, 2016–01–07 15:53
Categories: Tutorials

4 Do's and 3 absolute Don’ts of manual exposure

Manual exposure mode is the ideal choice when you want to control both depth of field and movement blur because you set aperture and shutter speed. It can be daunting to use on the first few occasions so we’ve put together a short list of dos and don’t to keep on the right track. To read the entire tutorial just follow the link or click the photograph: Manual Exposure

Posted by JAshley on Sat, 2015–08–08 19:42
Categories: Tutorials

Using Manual Mode

Using the manual mode

Digital SLR cameras, and for that matter Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens cameras both come with the manual shooting option. Look for something on the main mode dial that says ‘M’. Switch to this and you are now in the manual mode. The terms ‘manual option’, or the ‘manual mode’ are used interchangeably. They both mean the same thing, metering a scene manually to take a picture. Professionals will always use this mode, on the other hand, amateurs will be skeptical using it the first time. Most amateurs will probably never use this mode because they find it extremely difficult to adjust the exposure to correctly meter a scene. The reason is most don’t quite properly understand the concepts of exposure in the first place.

Posted by JAshley on Tue, 2014–09–30 16:05
Categories: Tutorials

Video Corner #99: The Basics of Exposure in Photography

In today’s ‘Photography Thursday’ edition of our regular Video Corner series, we look at the basics of exposure in photography - a good beginners video or refresher for the advanced photographer. While short (less than 3 minutes), it touches on using a light meter and properly exposing photographs with an incident reading of 18% grey. The flow chart mentioned in the video (that will also be refered to in some future video’s) can be downloaded here.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2010–06–24 23:43
Categories: Video Corner

Articles By Amy: Getting The Ideal Exposure For Your Digital Photography

Previously we discussed shutter speeds and the basics of how shutter speed works in your digital photography. I also mentioned how shutter speed and aperture work together. This week I’m going to help you get some excellent exposure control over your digital photography.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2008–02–07 14:32
Categories: Articles By Amy
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