Use Exposure Compensateion With Program Shift In Photography


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Exposure compensation with program shift

Shutter speed, aperture, and ISO are all there is to exposure, and by now you should be comfortable with the idea that how you set those settings doesn't matter. What makes a good photographer is not whether he uses priority or manual mode or program mode or whatever; what makes a good photographer is whether he or she understands what those three exposure settings need to be to achieve a particular end, or deal with a particular type of light. How you set them doesn't matter. No one ever looked at a nicely exposed pretty image and said, "Oh! That's really nice. It's too bad it was shot in program mode." It just doesn't work that way.

We have looked at the exposure compensation control, which allows you to tell the camera to over- or underexpose above or below what its meter thinks the scene should be, and we have also looked at program shift, which lets you cycle through all of the reciprocal combinations for any particular lighting situation. Think for a mom...

Exposure compensation with program shift
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