Struggling with under or overexposure? amy davies shares some practical tips to ensure you get great images, however tough the lighting conditions
Getting the right exposure is fundamental to photography and refers roughly to the amount of light reaching your camera’s sensor. You can have the best composition in the world, but if the exposure is even slightly off, it can ruin an otherwise fantastic image.
Getting the correct exposure can be elusive for many different reasons – even the most sophisticated cameras on the
market can be fooled. In this guide we’ll take a look at some of the most common exposure problems, with advice on how to overcome these issues to achieve the best results.
We’ll be covering techniques for fixing exposure in-camera, as well as accessories you can use to help you get it right. We’ll also look at post-production techniques, which can help rescue shots that might have gone a little wrong.