Drop Auto: Get Perfect Exposure with Your Camera's Manual Settings
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Introduction to Course0:57
Project: Pet Portraits1:10
What is aperture (aka F-Stop)?3:30
What is shutter speed?3:15
How does exposure work in 3 minutes2:44
What is ISO?4:14
What is exposure?1:40
What is the exposure triangle?2:47
Using the camera's light meter3:38
Thank You - What's Next?1:16
About This Class
You're a photographer and you want to learn how to shoot with the manual settings of your camera. Getting proper exposure is one of the trickiest things to do when you stop using the auto feature. Getting perfect exposure comes down to two things: 1) how much light is hitting your subject and 2) how your camera controls the amount of light being captured.
This course teaches you how to use your camera’s aperture, shutter speed, and ISO to get perfect exposure every time. This ‘exposure triangle’ is one of the first steps to taking better photos on your own.
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Great idea to break this content out of the larger Master class. I believe it will be extremely useful for a beginner and help folks move away from the auto settings and explore their creativity
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