Aperture Priority & Exposure Compensation Tutorial – A Crash Course Guide for Beginners


  1. This was so helpful! Thank you!

  2. Moose!! Excellent videos! Because of you I am getting started on my youtube channel with the tips and tricks learned. Question: How do you know the correct modes (A, S, M, P) to select when taking pictures?

  3. hi, I'm using Canon 77d and I don't see exposure compensation button just like you got on nikon… as you compared both canon and nikon for there aperture mode so would be helpful if you could also confirm for Canon. thank

  4. I enjoyed your video on Aperture Priority + Exposure compensation, very well done, good pace, easy to understand for beginner's like myself. Just recently got a D3300 with the 18-55 kit lens, 55-200 lens and most recently, the Nikon 35mm 1.8g prime. Any suggestions will be appreciated.

  5. You deserve way more subs and definitely more views. Your content, audio, and video quality is top notch. Thank you for taking the time to help out so many of us that are new (and old) to photography👍 Cheers from California!

  6. Bless You!!! I am so happy I came across this.

  7. Thank you Moose. Unlike other tutorials, you make it so easy to understand. I can just see other photographers sitting there going 'oh but everyone should be shooting in Manual regardless', which is true to a point. But for the beginning photographer, no. Not in my opinion. You should maybe work your way to shooting in Manual. But not right off the bat

  8. you explained it nice and simple. Good job and thank you

  9. simple and clearest vedio on exposure compensation ,but a vedio particular on exposure compensation would be great,like when to use n when not n all .

  10. what about the White Balance? and how to adjust Iso to Auto ? am using D7000

  11. Dear u did't tell us how to set Auto ISO in Nikon Camera (D3200,D3300,D5200,D5300…….)because it did't support Auto ISO waiting for ur response

  12. Thanks! Both your channel and this video are amazing! I've subscribed right away.

    But I am confused by my new Nikon D3400. When I adjust Exposure Compensation, it changes ISO first and after reaching ISO 6400, which is my limit setting, it starts to change shutter speed. Unlike yours, which changes shutter speed first and then ISO. In addition, when moving my camera around, all it changes is ISO, while shutter speed is fixed. Is it normal?

    Also, why use auto ISO instead of fixed ISO which enable you to control Aperture and ISO?

  13. hi it was a grear video. but i have one problem following that i have nikon d5300 and i cant put my iso on auto on aperture priority mode(A)

  14. Such a succinct and powerful video. Just loved it! Could you please guide me on how to set ISO to automatic in A mode for Nikon D90?

  15. Why not use spot metering and expose for the subject?

  16. Hey Moose , just wanted to say thank you for your easy to understand tutorials. im a newbie to DSLR and you are great at explaining the functions of the Nikon. Keep up the great work.!

  17. i have a nikon D3100, when I set to aperture priority, it wont let me have auto ISO. Why is that?

  18. Truly, like the way you present and explain the material.

  19. thanks dude, I was just searching for this excatly my photos turn out dark even on day light on aperture priority mode. subscribed 😀

  20. Hello !
    i have a question for you , when i was having a photoshoot with a Nikon d600 i pressed the depth of field button by mistake ! since than all the pictures that i take darker than before
    what should i do to fix it

  21. Awesome vid. So easy to understand. Thanks:-)

  22. Does the exposure compensation increase the noise caused by ISO even if you have it set on auto ISO?

  23. Thank you so much….nice explanation …..:-)

  24. all ur videos are so easy to follow and understand…thank u so much! i learned so much on ur page than million pages and articles i've read before!

  25. Thanks for the information on exposure compensation. I hadn't realized it was there, never mind how to use it.

  26. you are awesome , thank you .

  27. well explained. thank you.

  28. Best explanation. Thank you.

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