BetterPhoto Q&A: All About Photography: Photographic Field Techniques: Exposure Settings

  Wondering about indoor photography exposure settings? Maybe you are more interested in outdoor settings. This Q & A and Exposure Control in Digital Photography article covers it all. For in-depth instruction, check out Bryan F. Peterson's Understanding Exposure online photography course.
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