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    Exclamation Wrestling with my D300s



    Wondering if there is anyone in the Illawarra (near Wollongong) that can give me a few hours of there time to show me how to sort my exposure triangle out.
    I have books, have read the library in here but unfortunately I am one of those type who learn better by someone showing me.

    I look forward to any replies
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    Wazza
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    Warren,
    For long term self learning I suggest you get yourself a copy of a great book called " Understanding Exposure" by Bryan Peterson. ISBN: 0-8174-6300-3
    This book is a very easy and fun read and explains the Exposure Triangle in an easy to learn way.

    On Monday night I will give you a crash course on exposure and show you what settings to use for night shots so hopefully you will learn something, come away with some nice shots and enjoy the night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darey View Post
    Warren,
    For long term self learning I suggest you get yourself a copy of a great book called " Understanding Exposure" by Bryan Peterson. ISBN: 0-8174-6300-3
    This book is a very easy and fun read and explains the Exposure Triangle in an easy to learn way.

    On Monday night I will give you a crash course on exposure and show you what settings to use for night shots so hopefully you will learn something, come away with some nice shots and enjoy the night.

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    Agree with Darey, that book is brilliant at simplifying the basics of exposure.
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    Thanks guys, thats what I want, simplicity as I am a beleiver of the KISS Rule.

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