Photo Taco – Exposure Lock Explained

Jeff Harmon answers a listener question about the what, why, and how of exposure lock.

Other episodes mentioned:

June 2015: Why Shoot in Manual Mode
improvephotography.com/33236/photo-t…-manual-mode/
January 2016: Metering Modes Explained:
improvephotography.com/36333/photo-t…es-explained/
May 2016: Exposure Compensation Explained:
improvephotography.com/38224/photo-t…on-explained/
March 2016: In-Camera White Balance:
improvephotography.com/37339/photo-t…hite-balance/

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2 thoughts on “Photo Taco – Exposure Lock Explained”

  1. Using spot metering you may pick one point to set the exposure then you lock it by pressing the exposure lock button and recompose to get elements in the frame as intended. I use D7200

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