Exposure Compensation Is Our Friend – How And When To Use It

Exposure compensation is a way to manually adjust the exposure of a photograph by a set amount. Typically it's a dial or control that allows increments of third or half stops, either over or under the default exposure the camera will otherwise take the photograph at. Personally, I've used exposure compensation more than not often… Continue reading Exposure Compensation Is Our Friend – How And When To Use It

Why Exposure Latitude Makes Film Photography Easier Than Digital

Returning to using a DSLR this month has reminded me how much more precise one has to be when exposing a digital sensor. It's also made me realise how much easier I had it when shooting film. The vast majority of film I used was consumer grade colour negative film - Fuji C200 and Superia… Continue reading Why Exposure Latitude Makes Film Photography Easier Than Digital