A common cry emanates from photographers when they find their photos are blurry. This anguish is most frequently heard when we sit at our computers with an image at 100% zoom. Sure that it looked sharp on the camera monitor the life-size version appears as one big unsharp smudge.
Being in control of your exposure is important. Our cameras see light differently than our eyes do. You need to make sure the right amount of light your camera ‘sees’ is recorded by the sensor.If your camera records the incorrect amount of light your photo will be overexposed or underexposed. Too light or too dark.
This is the second article in a series on learning how to use manual mode on your camera.Photography means ‘painting with light.’ Painting a picture requires having the right amount of paint on the canvas, (among other things.) Taking a good photo requires the right amount of light to be recorded by your camera’s sensor, among other things.