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Are your photos too light or too dark? Look no further: the problem is your camera’s exposure. Exposure relates to the amount of light that reaches your camera’s sensor. To get the right exposure, you have to know how to measure the light and achieve the right balance. Follow these useful tips!
Mastering lighting and exposure is at the root of photography. Over-exposure will lead to photos that are dull and dreary, while under-exposure leaves pictures looking washed-out or overly bright. And to top it all off, if you don’t use your camera’s settings and modes properly, it can trip you up by incorrectly assessing the amount of light caught in your shot.
Museums and other cultural venues give photographers a hard time: the ambient light found there is far from ideal and you’re often not allowed to use a flash so as to preserve works of art against deterioration. Follow these tips for sharp, luminous photos regardless of these daunting settings.
Pixelated or dull photos are often a sign that the light sensitivity wasn’t right for the scene that you photographed. Follow these tips to find the best ISO settings for sharp and well-contrasted photos under all kinds of light conditions.