Exposure cheat sheet?

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  1. polkaisrad!
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    Is there something out there that I can look at incase I am unsure of what exposure to use?
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    are you familar with the sunny 16 rule? it's very effective and easy to keep in your head :)
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    Does your camera have a meter?
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    Thanks for posting this. I hadn't heard that one before :thumbup:
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    If you shoot film, the insides of many of the boxes that film comes in when you buy it have a little guide for exposure at the film's ISO.

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