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Interesting photo site to show what different settings do to the picturePosted Saturday, June 4, 2011, at 4:03 PM
When I was first learning photography, we went through books and exercises to demonstrate what depth of field is, how it is adjusted, what happens when the films speed is increased or decreased, etc., etc.
Then came the acid test of taking photos, developing film and printing pictures before you REALLY found out what happened.
Digital cameras have taken a lot of time and sweat out of getting a good picture but do you know why the picture was dark and what choices you have to make it brighter?
Do you just try another automatic setting or try to adjust manually? Maybe there is more background in focus than you intended or you want more in focus. What can you do when manually?
Here is a site that demonstrates what small changes can do. http://camerasim.com/camera-simulator.ht...
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