The Top Three Reasons That You Underexpose Pictures – Free Quick Guide

Underexposure is a big problem, especially for new photographers.

This guide by Robin Nichols discusses the top three reasons why we tend to underexpose our photos.

Here are some of the concepts discussed:

  • Why you can’t rely on camera technology to determine correct exposure in all situations
  • How underexposing your images can create these harmful effects in your picture
  • Does your camera have any fault in bad exposures? Maybe…
  • Light metering mode and light metering pattern are two different things. What are they, and what do they do?
  • What exposure compensation is, and why you must remember to turn it off!
  • Scenes that almost always require some thought on your part to set a correct exposure.
  • Exposure bracketing – a simple technique that can save the day!

And a few more ultra-critical pieces of knowledge.

Get your copy now.

Photo Credit: Robin Nichols

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