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The means by which a camera automatically determines exposure settings such as shutter speed, aperture, and ISO (sensitivity).

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Hueco's recommendation to shoot and develop multiple test shots is the best approach. However, if you don't have access to a dark room, you probably also don't have the necessary chemicals for develop …
answered Aug 23 '18 by xiota
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basically how disposable cameras operate as well. There are scenes that film cameras are more likely to have difficulty metering than digital cameras. If the camera misjudges by only a few stops, film …
answered Jun 16 '18 by xiota
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Is spot metering just an EV compensation? Metering, regardless of type, and exposure compensation are different functions with different purposes. Metering is used to obtain exposure exposure … settings (ISO, aperture, shutter speed), while exposure compensation is used to modify those values. It is basically the difference between nouns and adjectives. There are typically several metering
answered Sep 25 by xiota
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Seems like you're just asking about how to generally meter a scene, with no special lighting conditions. There are many metering questions you may find helpful. Using the camera's built-in meter as … you describe would be fine. You don't need to use auto mode though. Just switch to spot metering in manual mode and look at the meter indicator as you adjust settings. The relevant settings are …
answered Sep 28 '18 by xiota
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When you set the ISO on camera, that is the adjustment to compensate for increased development time. Any further changes to shutter speed or aperture would change the exposure further. In the scenar …
answered Jun 16 by xiota