cell phone tripod with remote

    If we want to ensure the details of the sky, reduce the two-stage exposure compensation, and pay attention to the dark part of the picture, as long as it is not dead, it is ok.
    In the later stage, the brightness of the dark part is slightly corrected, and the sky and dark details of the picture are guaranteed.
    Exposure does not make up, it has a lot to do with metering
    When do I need to use exposure compensation? how to use?
    This has a lot to do with metering. If you have accurate metering and normal exposure, you don't need to make up. If you don't measure the cell phone tripod with remote light, you will reduce one file after the exposure, and one or two files if you are not exposed. It is as simple as that. Take the following figures as an example to illustrate.
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