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Canon Explains Exposure

Canon Explains Exposure
Your Canon has three modes that let you decide how much control you have over your settings. Manual Mode: In this mode you have full control over the settings on your camera. Remember to use the camera's light meter to check that your exposure is balanced. Shutter Priority Mode (Tv): Perfect for when shooting motion. This mode allows you to control your shutter speed while the camera automatically sets the aperture, so you can concentrate on capturing the action! Aperture Priority Mode (Av): In this mode you control the aperture value, while the camera automatically sets the shutter speed.

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How to take an exposure reading on your digital camera Even for experienced photographers, metering and how to take an exposure reading on your camera can be confusing, but the basics are easy to get to grips with… All digital cameras have a built-in light meter which is used to calculate the exposure settings for a given scene. Without getting bogged down in aperture and shutter speed, the most important thing to realise is that built-in light meters are programmed to expose every image as an average mid-tone. This is fine for most scenes, because they contain a mix of shadows, mid-tones and highlights that average out to a mid-tone. But the meter will also expose very light subjects (such as snow) or very dark subjects (such as black card) as a mid-tone, so you need to be aware of this to avoid poorly-exposed images.

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