This week’s photography words are:
Exposure Compensation – Gives the user the ability to tell the camera to overexpose or underexpose the image so the photographer can control the appearance of the photograph. Today’s cameras are very smart, but don’t know which part on the image you are wanting to be the main subject. This is where exposure compensation can help. Photographing a person standing in front of a very bright background without exposure compensation would cause the person to be a silhouette.