Exposure Basics, lesson three?

Started Mar 18, 2013 | Discussions thread
noirdesir
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Re: All at once or nothing at all?
In reply to rrr_hhh, Mar 21, 2013

That is my point : no need to define it, to each his one; there are three basic controls each has an impact on the shot and you explain those impacts. Then it is up to the student to find how he wants the shot to be; this is a pragmatical approach : the student has a camera with three important controls; he plays with them to see how they interact together; it is up to him to find a result to his liking for each situation or kind of shot. At a later stage you introduce postprocessing and show how postprocessing can improve things and what impact this could have on the way he is controlling his camera.

I think this division between (post)processing in the camera (aka the ISO setting) and (post)processing on the computer should be broken down in a lot of people's minds. In general, basic image processing should be part of every basic photography instructions.

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