Using photo info


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Using photo info

In the previous movie, I explained how valuable Exif data is. I'm going to take a few moments now and let's put that into play. I'm going to open up the Portrait event here and let's just pick one of these photos and as you recall, you go up to Photos, Show Photo Info, and we have all this wonderful information. Now, how can I use this information to help me understand what's going on in this photo? Well this is a portrait, and first thing that you'll notice is that I use Aperture priority mode, not Program. Most of the time, we shoot in Program. You know the joke is among working photographers is that the P on the camera dial, there it stands for professional, it actually stands for Program, but we say that because so many people use it. It is a very handy function, but every now and then when I want to do something special I would go to Aperture priority mode, which allows me to set the aperture of the camera, the F stop, and then the camera automatically set...

Using photo info
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Using photo info provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the iPhoto '08 Essential Training

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Photography
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iPhoto
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