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Canon Explains Exposure

Canon Explains Exposure
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The original DSLR camera simulator | CameraSim Lighting Lighting is the single biggest determinant of how your camera needs to be set. With only a few exceptions, you can never have too much light. Use this slider to experiment with different indoor and outdoor lighting conditions. Distance Use this slider to simulate how close or far you are in relation to the subject. Focal length Moving this slider is the same as zooming in and out with your lens. Mode The exposure modes of an SLR let you control one setting while the camera automatically adjusts the others. ISO refers to how sensitive the “film” will be to the incoming light when the picture is snapped. Aperture Aperture, or f-stop, refers to how big the hole will be for the light to pass through when the shutter is open and the picture is snapped. Shutter speed Shutter speed is how long the shutter needs to be open, allowing light into the camera, to properly expose the image. Happy simulating!

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Exposing to the Right Explained Exposing to the right, or “ETTR,” is an approach to photography that is as helpful as it is controversial. On one hand, exposing to the right is yet another technique to remember while shooting, and it can potentially ruin your exposure if utilized incorrectly. On the other hand, at least in theory, ETTR is the epitome of digital exposure. With proper ETTR, your images have as much detail in the shadows as they possibly can, without any of the highlights losing information along the way. It is important to know that this article is not for beginners. NIKON D7000 + 24mm f/1.4 @ 24mm, 1/80, f/3.5 1) Overview The basis of ETTR is simple: optimize your exposure, and get the highest-quality image possible. By darkening an exposure in post-processing, you are effectively using a lower-than-base ISO. Look at the histograms below (from the photo of the columns at the top of the page): 2) Image Quality Comparisons Of course, ETTR is only useful if it has noticeable effects on an image. 6) Bracketing

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UXPin - Wireframe Tool of The Future The Invisible Black Backdrop - Photography Technique - Glyn Dewis Over the past few weeks in preparation for the launch of my new ‘InSight Photography Workshop’ I’ve been running ‘testers’ (mini workshops) with groups of photographers to teach a range of lighting techniques and also to get brutal honest feedback. One of the techniques I’ve been teaching has become affectionately knows as ‘The Invisible Black Backdrop’ and without doubt has proven to be one of the most popular techniques amongst attendees. So, this got me thinking…why not write a tutorial, post it on the blog and then encourage those who give it a go to submit their photographs?…I mean, what better way to judge your teaching than by seeing the results achieved by others? So…what is the ‘Invisible Black Backdrop’? So, how do we achieve the ‘Black Backdrop’? There’s only ‘5 Steps’ to it… 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Triggering the flashAs this technique uses ‘off camera’ flash we need to have a way of triggering our flash. In Summary: 2. 3. 4. So, that quite simply is all there is to it. 1. 2. Enjoy.

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A Photoshop CC 2014 plugin RESONATOR Nikon AE-L / AF-L Button Whether you are using an entry-level DSLR like Nikon D3100 or a top of the line DSLR like Nikon D3x, there is a special button on the back of your camera labeled “AE-L / AF-L” that can be quite useful in many situations. After I wrote the Autofocus Modes article, I received several requests from our readers, asking me to explain what the AE-L / AF-L button does, when it should be used and how it can be combined with different autofocus modes. In this article, I will try to go through this button in depth and explain how I personally use it on my cameras. 1) AutoExposure-Lock / AutoFocus-Lock The AE-L / AF-L button stands for “AutoExposure-Lock and AutoFocus-Lock” and its primary function is to lock camera exposure and/or focus. What about AutoFocus-Lock (AF-L)? 2) Default AE-L / AF-L Behavior The default behavior of the AE-L / AF-L button is typically set to lock both camera exposure and focus. 3) Types of AutoExposure and AutoFocus Lock Modes You should see some or all of the below:

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3 Reasons Why You Should Switch To Back Button Focus This article was written to expand upon some of the key points in my ebook Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus. Over the past couple of years (and really since writing my ebook) I’ve become a huge advocate for making the switch to back button focus. It was one of the most revolutionary changes I ever made to how I take pictures. It seems like such a small thing, yet it’s such a huge difference in the way your camera works. I honestly don’t know why this isn’t the standard setting on all cameras because after getting acclimated to this setting, I honestly can’t understand the meaning for or use of the ‘shutter half way down’ method. No More Switching Your Lens To Manual Focus This little advantage takes some getting used to, mainly because for the first few weeks after switching to BBF you’ll likely keep switching your lens to manual focus out of habit. No More Refocusing Every Time You Let Go of the Shutter Use Servo for Almost All of Your Focusing Needs Conclusion