Is there anything we can do in addition to setting our shutter speed, aperture, and ISO settings to ensure that we are exposing our images properly?
The answer is yes!
Our camera’s built-in light meter is another tool that we can use to control how the camera meters, or reads, the light our camera is seeing.
By reading the light correctly, we can be sure that the areas in our photographs that we want properly exposed will be.
Metering modes can be a bit mysterious to new photographers.
However, it’s worth the time and effort to learn about them because they are instrumental in the success of your photos.
Here’s what will be discussed:
- What does light metering mean in your photography?
- How to read your camera’s meter.
- The most common metering modes and their explanations.
- When to use each mode and why.
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Photo Credit: Angela Fulks