Man­ual ad­van­tage

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Another ad­van­tage of us­ing man­ual mode, says Nigel, is that once you’ve set your exposure you can re­com­pose a shot with­out the changed com­po­si­tion af­fect­ing your set­tings. In shut­ter­pri­or­ity mode your cam­era will ad­just the aper­ture based on what’s in the frame – so a bright waterfall or sky will give a dif­fer­ent read­ing from dark rocks, which might re­sult in un­der­ex­po­sure (see be­low). In man­ual mode the set­tings will stay the same no mat­ter what you’re point­ing at, en­sur­ing a cor­rect exposure.

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