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pencho

Roswell, US
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pencho Registered since 19th Jun 2012
Wed 27-Jun-12 04:19 PM

I am not clear when you would adjust exposure compensation versus changing ISO, shuutter speed or aperture. There are many ways to adjust exposure but when to use one verus the other is confusing me. Would appraciate any insight.

John

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