Modern cameras are very smart, but it doesn’t mean they’re always smarter than you are. That’s why it’s important to learn about the exposure compensation feature of your DSLR. Even less expensive point-and-shoot model cameras are getting into the act and adding this essential feature, so let’s learn more about it.
Having an exposure compensation setting on your camera means you have the ability to make an adjustment to the exposure of your photos in mere seconds.
This handy function is often identified by a small icon, usually similar to this :
Exposure Compensation allows you to slightly adjust the camera’s choice for the exposure, by telling the camera to allow more or less light in. But you might be wondering why you’d ever need to use it if you’re shooting in automatic mode?
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