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Learn how to set the exposure compensation function using the Canon SD770 IS
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In order to access Exposure Compensation, if you want to adjust the brightness of your picture, go ahead and press the Function button right here in the center, access the Function menu.
Now, the mode, you can’t use the Automatic mode so by default the Automatic mode is set and you don’t have access to Exposure Compensation. So, what you need to do is first make sure that you’re set to the Manual mode, just press the right navigation button to get to the Manual. And now, you can go down one, the Down navigation button here will get you to Exposure Compensation. And you can use this to compensate for what the camera thinks should be the right exposure.
So, if you like your images to be a little bit brighter than what the camera thinks then you can just go ahead and press the right navigation button and you can see that the image is getting a little bit brighter at every step I take. And likewise you can just press the left navigation button, move out a little green dash at the bottom, down, and make the images a little bit darker.
This is great for when you’re taking pictures, for example in a snow or a beach situation or even if there’s a lot of light coming from behind a person, if it’s a backlight situation, you can try and over expose the scene in order to compensate for that. So, play around with that and see how that works for you.
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