Tip of the Day: Automatic Exposure Bracketing

Most DSLRs (and some more advanced compact cameras) come with a feature called (AEB) which can be useful to learn how to use in such situations. Click here to Read Digital Photography School’s explanation.

One way to ensure you get the right exposure in tricky lighting situations is to manually play around with your exposure control and take a series of shots - the problem with this is that it takes time and if you are photographing a changing environment (for example a sunset which changes from moment to moment) you can lose ‘the moment’ while you get things right.

Most DSLRs (and some more advanced compact cameras) come with a feature called "Automatic Exposure Bracketing" (AEB) which can be useful to learn how to use in such situations. Click here to Read Digital Photography School's explanation.

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