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Understanding your exposure modes gives you a big advantage & can make or break a photograph.  Visualizing the image before exposure then looking at all parts of the image (background, foreground, subject) to make sure you only have good stuff in the frame brings your images to the next level.

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0 # Nir R. 2012-02-04 07:03
Hi Greg,

Great video. Really enjoy your job here on the site and specially the learning videos.

Regarding your last example (black dog in shadow or white dog in the snow) what would you use than ? Matrix, center or spot ?

Thanks from Israel :-)
Nir
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2012-02-13 12:13
Probably center weighted if there was a more brightly lit area not in shadow in the frame. Otherwise stay on matrix.
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+1 # Narinderpal Singh 2012-02-07 08:19
Woow....this is what i've been looking for...real wake up call for me...i've been going around and messing with exposure settings in Lightroom 3 and wondered why never get the right exposure that i desire...now i know where i'm going wrong...this is awesome man...great stuff there...
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2012-02-13 12:13
Thanks!
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0 # ram 2012-02-28 23:40
Thanks for your time... Im still watching all ur videos!

God Bless!
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0 # Yve LeRoy 2013-06-18 21:24
you touched on metering and have a question for you,I have a d7000 and have to shoot an engagement party as well as a wedding.I am wondering what kind of metering should I use? I usually shoot with my 70-200 vr f2.8 and or a 17-50 vr f2.8
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