Exposure factordevildoc::2011-11-24 19:31

Send me a msg to notify me when you post next if you would like me to critique it. I don't usually check all the new submission daily. IF you increase your f stop to a larger number (decreased aperture size) you will need more light OR a much longer exposure time. If you don't have a flash source you can also set your ISO to a higher setting, i.e., 400, and have a longer shutter speed. I usually use my auto setting to meter, then set my D90 to correspond to that setting on either S (shutter priority) or A (aperture priority). I prefer to set my aperture and the camera then sets the appropriate shutter speed. Then you have control of your depth of field (DOF). Higher ISOs can give you grainyness (noise), so keep ISO as low as possible yet achieve exposure in low light conditions without fill flash.

Good Luck,

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