In a couple of weeks, I'm giving a talk to my church photography group on "The Basics of Exposure". I'm trying to educate people on the very simplest principles of exposure. After the talk, we'll have tome time for some practice / exercises.
The audience are people who are only just starting out in photography.
My aim it to help my audience get over the initial confusion which many people encounter when they come up against all these mysterious numbers "1/250", "f/2.8", and so on.
Any ideas for how to teach this?
Any suggestions for examples or exercises?
Anything I should avoid?
Thanks for any help!