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+1 # Tomasz Sznaze 2012-01-07 16:53
I just founded your videos on YouTube, after watching about 10 of them I am ready to say, that your videos are the best tutorials, with the great amount of knowledge and practical information's . Thanks for making them.
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0 # Tomasz Sznaze 2012-01-08 06:55
It is me again. I have Nikon D300, and i am trying to shoot the pictures with histogram gathered to the right, but every time is backwards. My histogram is to the left even when I overexposed. Is it my camera problem, it is not new, so maybe it was damaged before I bought it?
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2012-01-09 08:54
Depends on the image. Make sure your camera isn't on spot metering which could throw it off sometimes.
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0 # Shahab Bokhari 2012-04-13 20:15
This video answered a lot of my questions. You are awesome. Thanks!!!
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0 # dan 2012-05-16 08:38
in the basics video, on the white board should the iso go from 100 to 400?
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0 # David Friederick 2013-04-13 17:47
Outstanding explanation and description of the relationship among f-stops, shutter speed and ISO. I've always "kinda" had an idea, but this video and your visual representations put it all into perspective. Thank you!
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