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HOW TO MAKE CORRECTLY EXPOSED PHOTOS. PART TWO: EXPOSURE MANAGEMENT
Following the definition of the subject, as described in the first article, it is very important to learn how to control the exposure. We list the factors that affect the exposure of a photograph:
Note that “Exposure Settings” is at the end of this list, because this is just the most obvious aspect of exposure control, but you need to study how other items in the list affect the choice of settings.
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