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Exposure Compensation in Aperture Mode – DSLR Photography Tutorial


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  1. Will my camera ever get down low to like shutter speed 1/60? I dont want blurry pics just from holding the camera in my hands , is there a way to limit how high the shutter speed can be ? 

  2. PhotographersOnUTube

    LOL. That's what I call the "but" compliments. You're tall but you're missing one leg. I love your smile but your breath stinks. You run fast but the cops still got you.

  3. lol jibran that comment made my laugh hard! you arr handsome but your missing teeth hahahaha @peter.

  4. PhotographersOnUTube

    Time to get a new sound card or just upgrade the system. It works but it's really outdated. Kinda like the compliment you gave me lol. You're handsome but you're missing teeth.

  5. good information but audio is very poor…

  6. Jibran just 3 words for you.

    YOU
    ARE
    AWESOME

  7. PhotographersOnUTube

    I know from experience but if I miss it before hand then we see the over/under exposed picture on our display screen. We adjust the exposure compensation and retake the shot. I shoot a lot of weddings so I know when the meter gets tricked when I'm photographing the bride in all white or when I'm photographing the groom wearing all black but nothing wrong with checking the picture on your screen and then making the adjustment.

  8. How do you know if it'll be under or over exposed. Do you actually have to take a picture and then adjust for it, or is it your experience that told to to compensate?

  9. thank you very much for taking time doing tutorial videos and sharing it with us.. it is very informative and a big big help..two thumbs up! thank u..

  10. Thank you , thank you, thank you. I never knew why exposure compensation needed to be used when you could just go to manual but, this way seems much faster. I can't wait to try it out on my D7000.

  11. Thank you, your video is very helpful, great vedio…..

  12. how do i know if my camera is confuse, or if i have the right exposure compensation. i know you said that if you have more light decrease the exposure and less light increase it. how do i know if its right in the first place. and also if i need more light it will effect my minimum shutter speed. thank you for your tutorial. i really appreciate it.

  13. g shit you should start a mini school it would be hella tight

  14. can you just use exposure bracketing? and choose what you like more?

  15. Amirtha Rengasamy

    hi ter.. i recently bought nikon d5100..just wana know if i should buy a filter and is it important??

  16. I like your ending! But thatnks dude.

  17. PhotographersOnUTube

    Yes, but there are 2 ways to fix that. 1 is to adjust the exposure compensation OR your shutter speed if you're shooting in manual mode and the other option is to use flash to expose your husband. Because in exposure compensation when you slow the shutter speed down, the background can lose all the details because it's TOO bright.

  18. thank you for sharing this post was great!!

    this wkdn i was trying to take a picture of my husband with a bright background (seaside) and afte spot metering – he was STILL underexposed but the background looked great. would this be a case i use this?

    thanks!

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