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Summary

Learn How to Take Stunning Photos Effortlessly!

Ever wonder what exposure is? Well, this audiobook will make it all clear. It will also teach you how to make a proper exposure time and time again.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn:

  • A general overview of what exposure is
  • The components it's made up of: ISO, shutter speed, and aperture.
  • ISO: the speed at which light is allowed into the camera
  • Shutter speed: the amount of time that light is allowed into the camera
  • How much light is coming into the lens
  • I also explain how to make proper use of them and how they work, being systems based on fractions
  • I explain how aperture controls depth of field and the concept of depth of field
  • Camera modes can help you figure out where you need to be with your exposure. I explain the four most common and their uses as well as the concept of equivalent exposure.
  • Finally, if you do need to fix your exposure for any reason, I give tips for both underexposure and overexposure.

This book will give you a rounded and complete idea of how to control exposure. The book isn't DSLR or analog specific and covers aspects of both. It explains the three components to exposure, which are ISO, aperture, and shutter speed. Concepts such as depth of field and a quick overview of Ansel Adams' zone system are also covered. The focus is mainly on how to get a great exposure from the start, but there are also tips on how to fix an overexposed or underexposed photo. At the end of the book, you should feel more at ease with your camera and be able to take a technically solid photograph.

Hurry! Take action now, and download your very own copy today!

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For complete novices

I'm a reasonably experienced amateur landscape photographer and perhaps I was expecting too much but I can honestly say I learnt nothing whatsoever from this book. I wouldn't rule it out if you're a complete newcomer to photography; after all its a very short read. To be clear... there are no secrets in this book so I rather think it has a trades description issue!

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a useful blog

I am a complete beginner and I have listened to this twice. this book is clearly written by someone with a photo film background. it is informative and I believe money well spent

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  • ken wilson
  • 15-05-16

pleasant listening.

a very good book for intermediate photographers. would recommend it to rhem. go get it.

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  • Luke Bayes
  • 22-02-18

Should have looked at duration...

... before blowing an Audible credit. The information is basically a 5 minute listicle being presented as if it were a book.

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  • Harold
  • 22-11-17

easy and quick understanding of exposure and trick

this book was very clear on what exposure is and tricks to achieve a good exposure.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-09-17

great book for any level. love the gray method.

very coherent. easy to follow. not very long. if you are a beginner or advanced this book is good

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  • JOHN REYNOLDS
  • 08-07-17

great

loved it. listened 3 times so far. great work on this book. i want to learn more

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  • cathy
  • 10-11-16

Helped alot

I really enjoyed the thoroughness, different aspects of, and detailed info I was looking for.

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  • Tiff
  • 25-04-16

Not helpful even the novices of novice shooters

If you haven't bought a camera,or ever picked up a camera. This book is a waste.
You can do so much better

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  • M. Llata
  • 02-12-15

Mostly basics but good review

A lot of time spent on describing aperture, shutter speed and ISO, and less on Program Mode, bracketing and Ansel Adams zone method. I was expecting a little more on the parts beyond the basics but it was all good review.

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  • Dave McFarlane
  • 10-02-17

This book is written for people who are completely new to photography. It covers the basic concepts teach brand new students.

If the reader understands aperature, shutter speed and ISO, you will be bored with this Book

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  • Robert Mawhinnie
  • 12-07-16

Save your money.

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Someone that has never held a camera.

What could James Carren have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

State that it is only for the entry level photographer.

How could the performance have been better?

State that it is only for the entry level photographer.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Photography Exposure?

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