Improve your photography with exposure compensation button in Hindi हिंदी

Music Hello Guys, you must be wondering why I shot these three pictures with different settings. It is because today’s video is based on this, in other words, today we will talk about that feature of photography And without creating more suspense, I will talk about exposure compensation. When you learn the basics of photography, this topic is never part of the conversation. We mostly talk about aperture ISO and shutter
speed and never talk about it. In this video, we are going to look at what
exposure compensation is, what it does and how it can help you. You’ll start wondering how you’ve managed
to live without it so far. Let’s watch Before going further first I want to thanks of my all subscribers and welcome to the new those join my channel and keep commenting and sending me feedback Your every likes and comment helping me to
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button and click on the bell, so you will be notified when I will upload
the new videos When we photograph any subject or scene, our
first aim is to get the correct exposure, So we use the exposure triangle, means a correct setting of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO and we make most of these. Everything works easily when we are using
manual mode, but when we use the automatic mode, then the
scene is different When you use different camera modes, your
the camera changes things for you. This is true for aperture priority mode, shutter
priority mode, program mode, and other scene modes. A change in one setting automatically changes
the others and affects your camera’s exposure. If you widen the aperture, the shutter speed
will lengthen. If you shorten the shutter speed, the aperture
will rise to compensate. Even we switch the camera on auto ISO then
camera change ISO automatically and automatically create exposure triangle These modes aim to keep the exposure correct while allowing for creative changes. ,You rely on your camera’s meter to read
the scene correctly. Yet, if we want to add or subtract light,
there isn’t much you can do. This is where exposure compensation comes
in. This setting or dial allows you to add or
subtract up to three stops of light in your scene. so scene will be lighter or darker Then you have no need to change your aperture or shutter settings In certain situations, your camera may not
read the light correctly. Or rather, not in the way you want it to. It will choose the wrong exposure settings. This, in turn, can over or underexpose the
scene aggressively while it searches to find that 18% mid-grey. The sky can be a challenge for your camera,
and so can very reflective surfaces. In short, your camera doesn’t record a scene
exactly as you want it. Every digital camera has a way of correcting
this. Until the birth of the mirrorless systems,
DSLR cameras didn’t see the point of having an external dial. Nowadays, digital cameras, such as Sony an
exposure compensation dial. This makes it easier to change. Otherwise, it is in your camera settings,
changeable via the menu and LCD screen or specific buttons. What you will see is an Exposure Value Scale
or EV for short. Here you will see a bar with a 0 in the middle,
minus numbers to the left and plus to the right. If you need to decrease the brightness,
the value needs to go left. If you need to raise the brightness,
then the value needs to go right. Nice and simple; minus for a darker shot,
plus for a lighter one. DSLR Settings
• Option 1 – Press the button on your camera to open the settings panel. • Navigate to the exposure value bar using
the dial joystick, • and then use the gear wheel to raise or
lower the exposure compensation. • Option 2 – Find the button that has
a black and white icon of a ‘plus’ and ‘minus’ symbol. • Hold this in while you move the dial. Right adds a positive exposure value and left
a negative exposure value. Using the exposure compensation is easy and
it works the same way on the dial as it does in-camera. The + sign brightens your scene and the – sign
darkens it. For example, if you are capturing a snow photography
scene, you may find it’s overexposed. Overexposure means too much light,
so to even it out, you need to darken the scene. The dial on the exposure bar needs to move
to a negative exposure value (-1, -2 or -3 for extremes). The opposite works too if you find that the
the scene seems a little dark. Here you would brighten the scene by changing
the exposure to a positive exposure value (+1, +2 or +3). Exposure compensation works by changing one
or more of the exposure values that make up the image. If you are using aperture priority, you set
the aperture that you want. The camera will automatically set the shutter
speed. If you are shooting using shutter speed priority,
you choose the shutter speed. The aperture is what will change automatically. By adjusting the exposure compensation,
you override your camera’s settings. Here, we will try to explain what happens
when you adjust exposure using exposure compensation in aperture priority mode. Here, we start with f/7.1 @ 1/50. To reduce the exposure by one stop,
we need to move the EV from 0 to -1. This increases our shutter speed from 1/50
to 1/100, while the aperture stays the same. To increase the shutter by one stop,
we need to move the EV from 0 to +1. This decreases our shutter speed from 1/50
to 1/25, while the aperture stays at f/7.1. so you can understand how this feature helps
us in auto modes. That’ll for today. Soon I will upload a new video In Hindi don’t forget to subscribe Thanks for watching

17 Replies to “Improve your photography with exposure compensation button in Hindi हिंदी”

  1. This video is a translated version of my English Video, who want to watch in English they can click on this link –
    बेहतर तस्वीरें या एक्सपोज़र कंपनसेशन के साथ फ़ोटो और अंधेरे चित्रों को उज्जवल कैसे बनाएं। फोटोग्राफी शुरुआती ट्यूटोरियल। एक्सपोज़र कंपनसेशन फ़ोटोग्राफ़ी का उपयोग कैमरे द्वारा चुने गए मूल्य से एक्सपोज़र को बदलने के लिए किया जाता है, जिससे तस्वीरों को उज्जवल या गहरा बनाया जाता है।
    एक्सपोज़र कंपनसेशन की एक विशेषता है जिसका अधिकांश फ़ोटोग्राफ़र उपयोग नहीं करते हैं। जब आप फोटोग्राफी की मूल बातें सीखते हैं, तो यह विषय कभी भी बातचीत का हिस्सा नहीं होता है।
    हम ज्यादातर एपर्चर आईएसओ और शटर स्पीड के बारे में बात करते हैं और इसके बारे में कभी बात नहीं करते हैं।
    इस वीडियो में हम देखने जा रहे हैं … क्या कंपनसेशन है,
    यह क्या करता है [और यह आपकी मदद कैसे कर सकता है
    आप आश्चर्यचकित होने लगेंगे … कि आप कैसे रहते हैं .. अब तक इसके बिना।

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