Great Secret Of Exposure

Great Secret Of Exposure

Yesterday, I finished reading an amazing book from Bryan Preterson. He is a comercial photographer for over 35 years and has done photography assignments all over the world for many of the fortune 500 dollars companies, including Kodak, American Express, UPS, etc…

The book is called “Understanding Exposure” and it’s right on the money…

If you want to get deep understanding about the fundementals of photography, camera settings, etc… then this book is right for you.

Here are few golden nuggets I think every photographer (especially beginners) must know about, including the ones mentioned below…

– The number one “dirty little trick” for the best contrast and sharpness, and when to use it to get the most out of your photographs.

– How to use apertures and guarantee the background remains an out-of-focus tone

– What aperture creates an area of sharpness from three feet to infinity

– Everything you need to know about how to freeze an action or imply motion in your photographs.

– The number one thing photographers miss when shooting a sunset and how simple meter reading can improve your photographs when shooting snow, or a city at a dusk.

And there is way more…

I’m just scratching the surface here.

Brian has an interesting way of teaching and if you’re new to photography, this book is great for you…

It’s on amzon… Just google it…

Anyway…

The photo you see above has been taken after limbright village when I was going to Born.

I like that area for taking photos and will be back there when spring hits full force.

Best,

Libor

P.S. I was playing with Lightroom yesterday and found few settings that work so well with sunrise images that your photos could instantly see a massive improvenment… I might give away the preset next time.

Will see…

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