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Basic Exposure Settings for Indoors and Out – Photography Tips for Beginners.

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Have you ever wondered how some photographers can walk into a low-lit room or into full direct sunlight and start taking great pictures within seconds? In this video, I show you the secret for getting your exposure settings dialed quickly, so you too can get consistent results within seconds, and without having to use your camera’s automatic or priority mode settings.

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  1. Kenny Pringle

    Good explanation for those that are somewhat new to exposure settings.

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