Photography Quick Tip: Exposure Compensation for Properly Exposed Imagery

Learn how to use exposure compensation efficiently
Sometimes you’ll take photographs that don’t properly expose your subject.  Not using exposure compensation can make you image look way too bright, or way too dark. This is a result of a combination of a few things: which areas of the scene your camera measured for exposure, and how different in brightness the light and dark areas are in your scene.
You can quickly fix these images by using the in-camera exposure compensation to make your subject look just right.

 

Learn how to use exposure compensation for properly exposed imagery!

 

 

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