Archives For February 2014


Exposure compensation in digital cameras. How to fix your histogram.

Source: Marlene Hielema

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exposure compensation in a canon camera

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How to read your Histogram. A graph of your picture brightness.
An easy-to-understand explanation of the ‘histogram’, nicely illustrated.

Source: Marlene Hielema


How to Use a Camera’s Histogram: Part 3 – Landscapes

Source: ywguiding.com

How to Use a Camera’s Histogram Part 2 – Wildlife and Nature

Source: ywguiding.com


How to Use a Camera’s Histogram: Part 1

Source: ywguiding.com

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“The ‘Histogram’ is a simple graph that displays where all of the brightness levels contained in the scene are found, from the darkest to the brightest. These values are arrayed across the bottom of the graph from left (darkest) to right (brightest). The vertical axis (the height of points on the graph) shows how much of the image is found at any particular brightness level… each of these 1 stop ranges contains within it just over 50 discrete brightness levels. (5X50=250 not 256)”. Source: luminous-landscape.com