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The Sunny f/16 Rule

The Sunny f/16 Rule

Written 10 years ago by Mark Evans

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Comments
mac antonio  9 years ago

cool!!!
thanks!

Darlene  9 years ago

Thanks for the tips! I didn’t know this. I get very frustrated when shooting out in the bright sunlight as it seems when letting the camera meter do the work I still don’t get the result I want. I will start following this rule and see what happens!

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