How to use Exposure Compensation
Exposure compensation is a handy feature built into most cameras that allows you to adjust the exposure when taking a photo. Applying positive exposure compensation results in a brighter image, while negative exposure compensation will give a darker image.
Although cameras often get the exposure right in automatic shooting modes, sometimes an image can turn out too bright or too dark. By adjusting the exposure compensation and taking another shot, you can get an image that is exposed just how you want it.Read the rest of this entry »