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Exposure compensation #photography

Most photographers know the photographer’s triangle is shutter speed, aperture and ISO. Exposure compensation confuses people new to DSLRs but it is simple to understand. It’s cloudy this morning and the light is poor and I intend to photograph an event. I’ll probably shoot with a wide aperture on aperture priority. Aperture priority means, I set the aperture and the camera sets the shutter speed. What if the shutter speed is too slow for a sharp image? I can set the ISO higher and so the sensor is then more sensitive to light and I get a faster shutter speed. When I take the first picture, if it’s a little bit dark then I can adjust the shutter speed slightly using exposure compensation. On my Nikon D3200, the +- button is pressed and then the exposure compensation is adjusted using the thumb wheel. I can adjust it slightly for a slightly slower shutter speed and my picture will be lighter.

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Composing your winter picture #photography

BLACK COUNTRY (45)

I have to admit that I don’t spend enough time composing my pictures, but I do look for diagonal lines and anything that will give the image perspective. Photographing landscapes in winter is difficult with the poorer light but we can still get images with a cold winter look. (more…)


Coping with poor light #photography

BLACK COUNTRY (46)

Landscape photography in winter is a challenge, it’s either cold or very cloudy. I took this shot on Sunday in very poor light but composed the shot quite well. Notice the diagonal lines and the way the trees in the middle ground contrast with the trees in the background. (more…)


Exposure compensation #photography

SNOW 17 JAN 2016  (12)

The light wasn’t very good when I took this photo but the snow reflected some light.  Photographs are a form of art and some photos just give an impression and others are more like fine art and are very sharp. (more…)


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