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Exposure is the total amount of light allowed to fall on a sensor or film during the taking of a photograph. This is determined by the exposure time (shutter speed) and amount of light admitted (lens aperture). Today, sensor/film sensitivity (ISO speed) is often also considered to be part of ...

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Why is my D3300 taking dull, over exposed pics?

Hi everyone, I am a doctor who has been recently introduced to the wonderful art of photography. My first camera was a Sony Nex 5r with 16-50 kit lens and I had a gala time with it. I ...
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How much exposure (in lux second) required for camera to yield middle gray image?

As I know, for any lighting condition, there is a recommended/indicated/correct exposure value for the camera to render the object as middle gray. The indicated exposure value can be calculated from ...
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Inaccurate Exposure Indicator

I own two Nikon D7100's, and right now the exposure indicators are 'off' for both of them. They display a level of exposure, but it's not accurate. For instance, shooting in manual, with a 18-105mm DX ...
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How can I get a fixed short exposure ( < 2s) with a GoPro Hero 4 Black?

Does anybody knows about way to fix or manually set the exposure of a GoPro Hero 4 Black (FW HD4.02.02.00.00). I want to set short exposure (< 2 sec), so that each shot has the same parameter. ...
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Is the Live View ISO setting only effecive for capturing a picture?

I put the Live View on tripod mode and in Live View by pressing the OK button, I can change the exposure value. But obviously in different light intensities, the EV changes automatically. I have the ...
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Normalize the brightness of images with different exposure times using EXIF data

I shot a bunch of images in a hurry today, having forgotten to switch the camera to M mode. So my photos ended up having different exposure times, and now I must normalize them to make them look as if ...
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Recommendations for use of exposure modes with Nikon D7100 DSLR

I'm looking for advice on handling tricky exposure situations, such as backlit portraits, in terms of picking between: 1. Manual exposure 2. Shutter/Aperture/Auto exposure, and using the AE/AF lock ...