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Exposure Bracketing

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Digital Imaging

For this exercise, I wanted to experiment with the brightness of the image, resulting in the shutter speed settings. For this I used exposure bracketing, which allowed me to set a range of shutter speed settings and to take three consecutive photos, each being at different settings with out having to manually change the settings in between shootings. The first image had an average exposure (0), and was in alignment with the aperture settings: The […]

Understanding White Balance

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Digital Imaging

In this exercise, I experimented with the white balance features of the camera. After completing this exercise, it became pretty clear that the Auto setting on the camera is probably the most terrible mode you can use to capture good images, even though the definition for the Auto setting is: “Completely¬†automatic photography; the camera analyzes the scene and tries to choose settings to produce the best results”. In the first photo, I set my camera […]