Ex­po­sure com­pen­sa­tion

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To cor­rect an in­cor­rect ex­po­sure, or to make a pic­ture brighter or darker for ef­fect, use ex­po­sure com­pen­sa­tion. Nikon D-SLRs let you in­crease or de­crease the ex­po­sure up to five stops, which is more than enough for the ma­jor­ity of sit­u­a­tions you’ll face. To shift the spread of tones to the left of the his­togram (and make a sub­se­quent shot darker), move the in­di­ca­tor to the ‘-’ end of the ex­po­sure scale. To make the next shot brighter, move the in­di­ca­tor to­wards the ‘+’ end.

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