5 Exercises to Help You Understand Histograms ~ Graham Wadden

If you’re on the hunt for your first DSLR camera, or you’ve just purchased a DSLR and you’re new to digital photography, chances are you’ve been on the internet and watched one or two videos about things you should know or might want to know in order to get the most out of your camera—these are the basics or fundamentals type videos, of which there are a ton on YouTube.

In some of these videos, they may have talked about something called a histogram—usually telling you to look on your camera’s LCD screen, after you’ve taken a photo and see what the histogram is telling you, as a way to know whether your photo has come out properly or is otherwise either too bright or too dark, in which case you will need to make certain adjustments to your camera settings and try taking the photo again. Easy to Do…

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