We’ll talk about what can you really tell about your exposure when you chimp your photos. Let’s start with what chimping is, that’s when you review your photo on the back of your digital camera. You can tell a lot about your image when you chimp but you can also get fooled many times. How bright your screen looks varies through the day and night, so you need to factor that when chimping. You can look at a histogram but you really need to know a lot before the histogram gives you much useful information. And when do your blinkies really mean you are overexposured? We’ll talk about all of that and hopefully your chimpability will improve!
The seminar will be at LorenPhotos Gallery, 2493 Lamington Road, in Bedminster, NJ, or you can participate live online via my high quality video conferencing service. Participating either way will allow you to see everything I show and to ask questions. The session will be recorded and available online later.
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