The exposure compensation control on your camera will either take the form of a dedicated dial or, in some instances, be tucked away in your camera’s menu – it’ll be marked with a +/- icon. It’s worth familiarising yourself with this setting, as exposure compensation gives you a great deal of flexibility in fine-tuning your exposure.
Full Story at: The A to Z of Photography: Exposure compensation | TechRadar
The Aug. 21 solar eclipse may become the most photographed in history, with tens of millions across North America attempting to capture the long-awaited event with everything from high-performance film and digital single-lens reflex cameras — DSLRs — to inexpensive point-and-shoots.
Full Story: Photographers gear up for August solar eclipse – CBS News
So, I finally bit the bullet and got some of my photos up at Smugmug. Not sure what will come of it as I’m really just looking for an online source to offer prints people have sometimes requested. Seems as though Smugmug has lots of products available to order photographs / art on, but I’m not sure how I feel about all of them. In other words – I don’t really know what I’m doing, but I’ll get there! LOL
As of now you can definitely get prints at my galleries – so far I have some photos available from Alaska, my ferry trip through the Inland Passage as well as a few from my short time here at the Jersey Shore.
Take a peek if you like & let me know what you think!
You can find all my galleries here at SmugMug
Some of the photos in the Fox Talbot collection have never been seen before
Source: Thousands of William Henry Fox Talbot photos go online – BBC News