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If your photo is: Too bright or over-exposed

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Increase your shutter speed, so you could go from 1/50 to 1/100. This means your camera’s shutter will be open for a shorter amount of time, reducing the amount of light being let in.

Select a higher F-stop, so instead of using f4, you could try f9. F-stops are the steps that your camera’s aperture works in.

Much like a pupil in our eyes, the aperture can open up wide to let more light in (a low F-stop like f2.8) or can shrink down to a very small opening (a high F-stop such as f11).

Reduce your ISO. The higher the ISO, the more sensitive your camera will be to light. This means that using a low ISO such as 100, will prevent your camera soaking up too much light.

So to reduce the brightness of a photo use:
Faster shutter speed
Smaller aperture
Lower ISO

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