DSLR Basics: Stops and Metering

In this photography video tutorial you will learn how your DSLR camera references light as “stops”, how it meters light to give you the aperture, shutter speed, ISO values, and how adjusting any of those settings to your liking in certain situations can give you a better image than relying on luck (Full AUTO mode with no further adjustments) 100% of the time.

I also talk a little bit about a new online course I’ll be creating that gives beginner photographers a huge jumpstart on learning how they can use their DSLR to capture strong, well composed images that contain all the right elements. If you want to get notified when that e-book/video series will be available, sign up on the early bird list to get notified before anyone else!

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