WHAT UP FOOS!!! Sorry I mean, Hi. I'm new. Anyway I am kinda confused on this Correct Exposure concept. I wanted some poppy colors and nice contrast so I started a tiny bit of research and I came across the "Sunny 16" rule. It goes like this: ISO 100 F stop 16 Shutter Speed 1/125 And that is supposed to give you a good exposure in the sun. BUT, it seems like you can do that with any SLR camera with out actually looking at the knobs your turning. I guess what I'm trying to say is, whats the point of learning Correct Exposure if I can get it without knowing the exact number I'm using?