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Manual mode vs Aperture Mode - Which mode do I normally use for outdoor photography?

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Published on Feb 10, 2012

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In this video you'll learn that the light meter inside your DSLR will give you the same meter reading in both manual mode and aperture mode. Using aperture mode doesn't mean you're doing half the job. Shooting in manual mode doesn't mean your pictures will come out right. The exposure is going to be the same if you balance it in manual mode vs if you let the camera does it for you automatically in aperture mode.

Those who may be having difficulty shooting in manual mode should try aperture mode and see if they feel more comfortable. It's less work and you can concentrate on composition and reduce camera shake.

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