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In honor of the Anaconda video….
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Exposure 201



Exposure occurs when the camera’s sensor is revealed and responds to a volume of light for a period of time. The goal of a controlled or “correct” exposure is to make a photograph that is neither too bright nor too dark. To do that, we must bring into balance 4 variables:
A given level of light
The sensitivity of the recording surface in the camera (ISO)
Lens aperture (regulates how much light enters the camera)
Shutter speed (regulates how long the sensor is exposed to light)
Because these 4 variables are inextricably linked, a change in any one requires a counterbalancing change in another. For instance, if the quantity of light in a scene suddenly increases (perhaps the sun comes out from behind a cloud), the photographer will adjust either the lens aperture to cut back on the amount of light entering the camera, the shutter speed to reduce the length of time the sensor is exposed to light, or the ISO, to reduce the sensitivity of the sensor. We call this balancing act reciprocity. In order to make this process simpler, photographers try to “lock down” on one or more of these variables, depending on a particular image’s requirements. The easiest variables to commit to generally are the level of light in a scene and the ISO setting on the camera, leaving only the aperture and shutter speed to bring into balance.



In the hypothetical situation illustrated on the chart above, the camera’s meter has determined that 1/30 second at f8 at ISO 100 was the correct exposure for a particular level of light. But as you can see, for this level of light at ISO 100 there are any number of other shutter and aperture combinations that will also result in a “correct” exposure. While different combinations will result in the same image brightness, they will offer a variety of visual effects. For instance, choosing a combination toward the left side of the chart balances a faster shutter speed with a larger aperture, allowing you to stop motion, but also resulting in shallow depth-of-field. The combinations toward the right balance slower shutter speeds with smaller apertures, causing anything moving in the image to record as a blur while resulting in greater depth-of-field. These are scientific truths based on absolute laws of physics, and until the age of digital imaging were undeniable. Luckily for you, in this pre-Photoshop module, they still are. 
To make shooting a little easier, digital SLR’s offer a variety of methods of automating some or all of the exposure process called Exposure Modes. Shutter Priority Mode allows you to manually select the shutter speed, which makes the camera automatically set the corresponding aperture. Aperture Priority Mode is used when you want to control the aperture yourself, and the camera then chooses the matching shutter speed. Program Mode chooses both the shutter and aperture at the same time by allowing you to quickly scroll through all of the combinations that result in a “correct” exposure. Manual Mode requires you to set both shutter and aperture yourself, “nulling the meter” by referring to a scale displayed in the viewfinder. Each of these exposure modes are responding to the exact same lighting conditions, but they offer the photographer different interactivity with the camera. Each can be overridden when necessary using the exposure compensation control for the automatic modes, and simply adding or subtracting exposure in manual mode. 
(big thanks to Shawn Read on this tutorial)
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Please tell me if any of the links aren’t working
Faces:
Face Tutorial
Quick Face Tutorial
Profile Anatomy
Drawing Heads
Basic Head Layout
How to Draw Ears
Drawing Noses
How To Draw Mouths
Lips
Lips Ref
Semi-Realistic Eye Tutorial
Tips for Drawing Eyes
Manga Eye Tutorial
Pixel Eye
Expressions
Step by Step Expressions
How to Avoid the Same Face
Head Angles
Beards
Hair:
Drawing Hair In Pencil
How To Draw Braids
Another Braid tutorial
Headband Braid Tutorial
How To Draw Hair
Hair Tutorial
Another Hair Tutorial
Also Another Hair Tutorial
Tutorial: Hair
Tutorial for Hair
Simple Hair Tutorial
Hairstyle Tutorial
50 Male Hairstyles Revamped 
Let’s Do Hair!
Curls
Pixel Hair Tutorial
Manga Boys Hair Tutorial
Bodies:
A Guide to Drawing the Human Body
How To Draw Hands
Hand Tutorial
Hand Gestures
More Hand Gestures
Arm Tutorial
Feet Drawing Guide
Foot Tutorial
Drawing Feet
Knees
Sitting Poses
Drawing Torsos
Abs Tutorial
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Clothing Tutorial (Notes)
How to Draw Flower Crowns
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Hoods
Fashion
How to Draw Tights
Jeans
Boot Tutorial
Plaid Tutorial
Lace Tutorial
Armour Tutorial
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Wings
Folded Wings
Tutorial on Creature Design
Bat Wings on Humans
Pegasus Wings
Animal Legs on Humans
Dragon Tutorial
Dragon Wing Tutorial
Dragon Hands and Feet Tutorial
Dragon Mouth Tutorial
Dragon Head Tutorial
Dragon Scales
Clawed Hand Tutorial
Basic Horn Tutorial
Sauropod Tutorial
How to Draw Centaurs
Werewolf Anatomy
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Animal Noses
Basic Animal Anatomy
Paw Tutorial
Fur Tutorial
Pixel Fur Tutorial
Painting Fur
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Horse Tutorial
Horse Proportions
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Simple Dog Tutorial
Wolf Paw Tutorial
Wolf Head Tutorial
Drawing a Wolf
Canine Leg Tutorial
Feline Comparison
Big Cat Paw Tutorial
Lion Head Tutorial
Cat Faces Tutorial
Snow Leopard Tutorial
Tiger Tutorial
Fox Tutorial
Rabbit Drawing Tips
Butterfly Tutorial
Rat Tutorial
Owl Anatomy
Feather Tutorial
Bear Anatomy
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Glowing Stuff
How to Draw 3D Rooms
Gun Ref
Slime Tutorial
Chain Tutorial
Gemstone Tutorial
Bullet Metal Tutorial
Lightsaber Tutorial
Gold Coin Tutorial
Jewel Tutorial
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Tree Tutorial
How to Create Stars (With Photoshop)
Stars Tutorial
How to Draw Clouds
How to Draw a Rose
Simple Roses
Grass Tutorial
Another Grass Tutorial
Quick Grass Tutorial
Bush Tutorial
Rain Tutorial
Water Tutorial
Underwater Tutorial
Fire Tutorial
Snow Tutorial
Light Tutorial
Light Sparkle Tutorial
Mountain Tutorial
Another Mountain Tutorial
Moon Tutorial
How to Draw a Apple
Strawberry Tutorial
Colours:
The Psychology of Colour
How To Colour
Colour Blender
Colour Scheme Designer
Colour Meanings For Roses
Color Hex
Colour Harmony
Skin Colour Palette
Pastel Colours
Greyscale Tutorial
Colouring Cloth
Hair Colouring
Photoshop Colouring Tutorial
Other:
Pixel Art Tutorial
Another Pixel Art Tutorial
Photoshop Brushes
Photoshop Layers Tutorial
Glitch Effect (with Photoshop)
Gimp Soft Shading
Blending Tutorial
Free Digital Sculpting Tool
Skeleton Drawing Tool
Repeating Pattern Tutorial
Free Art Programs
Silk - Interactive Generative Art
Creativity Cards
Don’t Know What to Draw?

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