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When you turn on your camera, it makes all sorts of exposure decisions for you, which is great if you're in ordinary light on an average day. But what if you're indoors? What if you want do something different such as turn off the flash? What do you do then? Well, I have three things I want to show you: ISO control, exposure lock, and scene modes. By mastering those three techniques, you can better adapt your camera to different lighting scenes, and that's exactly what we're going to do right now so let's get started.
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