Understanding Exposure Compensation - Photography Tutorial


As you learn digital photography you’ll find terms that leave you wondering what on earth they mean. One of them is exposure compensation and sometimes known as aperture compensation or Ev. A technical term, but if you understand it will help make some of those good images great. - View Tutorial »


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