By Bryan Peterson
Easy solutions on your commonest publicity questions
Bryan Peterson’s Understanding Exposure has demystified the weather of publicity for almost part 1000000 readers, making it the most renowned images books on the planet. Now, Bryan returns together with his first-ever follow-up, Bryan Peterson’s publicity Solutions, this time tackling 28 of the most typical publicity hindrances for newbie shooters.
those are the publicity events that turn out complex time and time back, from exposing high-contrast scenes to freezing motion in low gentle, photographing a whole moon, exposing matters opposed to a sundown sky, balancing topics in colour with brightly lit backgrounds, and so forth. for every, Bryan issues out universal pitfalls after which bargains an easy answer, displaying you ways to procedure the publicity another way and rework your shot.
A supplement to Understanding publicity, Bryan Peterson’s publicity Solutions digs deeper that can assist you holiday undesirable behavior, take keep watch over of your publicity, and procedure even tough occasions with self assurance.
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With the filter, I got the best of both worlds. 17–55mm lens, f/11 for 1/30 sec. with 3-stop graduated ND filter You might think that I am a teacher, but truth be told, I am a perpetual student. I enjoy learning as much as most of you. During the same trip to Santorini when I captured the previous images, my good friend Chris Hurtt, who was serving as my photo assistant, made me aware of something that is still quite memorable. As I was shooting through this open window that showed a cruise ship in the distance and a nice reflection of the hillside homes on Santorini, I complained about the overall exposure.
Yet rarely did anyone hear a Sports Illustrated photographer complain that he missed a shot because 1/1000 sec. wasn’t fast enough. Most outdoor sports action shots can easily be recorded at shutter speeds of 1/250 to 1/1000 sec. And for many experienced shooters, the key to getting good exposures at 1/250 or 1/1000 sec. is the direct result of using the right ISO. High ISOs make it easier to employ action-freezing shutter speeds. Also, with the higher ISOs you can use smaller lens openings for a greater depth of field.
Then I recomposed my original composition and voilà! I got my white snow. Of course, after I metered the blue sky and recomposed the snow scene before me, the LEDs of my light meter were screaming that my settings were wrong. Just like when a two-year-old throws a tantrum, I simply ignored the screaming. Note how gray the snow looks here. 12–24mm lens, f/22 for 1/200 sec. By overriding the camera’s setting, I was able to record white snow. 12–24mm lens, f/22 for 1/60 sec. Just like many brides on their wedding day, many lighthouses “wear” white, and this can spell trouble.
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