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Tuesday’s tip for better photos #15


Tuesday’s Tip #15:

This will be my final Tuesday tip! I am moving on to another subject for my weekly posts, so check in some time next week to see what it will be!

I’ve helped many people with these tips , but I think I can help people more if they decide to take a mini class with me. The first one went well, and I’m offering another one for those who have requested it. The date is still up in the air, but I’m considering August 5th or 19th. If you are interested, please send me a message! I am starting to lose track of everyone who has said so in person.

So, onto the final tip, which is really more of the foundation of photography, getting the correct exposure…

I feel a little guilty not only posting so late on a Tuesday, but also for simply referring you to other articles about the subject I’ve been meaning to explain. I can explain things better when I can show someone in person. The subject of getting the correct exposure is extremely important and complex, and is best left to those who can explain it well through words. Digital Photography School is an excellent all around resource for photography, so I suggest that you explore the site for other information.  You can start with this link, but be sure to first read the section on “The Basics of Exposure”. This will explain to you the foundation of photography and help you understand what you will be doing when you switch to manual mode. That’s right! No more auto for you! At least until you learn manual and you know it in and out.

So, read carefully, learn well, and practice, practice, practice! You can always leave me any questions you might have regarding the subject in the comments or on Facebook.

Have any questions? Leave them in the comments below. I will be happy to answer questions even after my final tip!


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