Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Get the perfect exposure for your comms - with AEB

Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) is a kind of safety net for ensuring your picture has a good exposure. When you shoot in auto mode, your camera’s light meter selects the shutter speed and aperture for you.

To use AEB, you need to take three identical pictures, the:

·        first will be slightly under exposed
·        second will be ‘normal’ exposure
·        third will be slightly over exposed.

Most digital cameras allow you to select the degree to which you want the first and third shots under/over exposed, via the setup menu. 

Setting AEB varies from camera to camera so check your manual for a step by step guide.

Don’t forget to turn off AEB when you are done!

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