Movie Score: 4 / five
Simple, easy to understand. Thank you Mike.
Excellent tutorial on histograms! Now, instead of relying on a dimly-lit
LCD screen or a flashing indicator in my EVF… I can check out my
histogram in the camera image information and know if I have a good
‘normal’ exposure. This will help in setting up my “middle” exposure for
bracketed exposures, too!
Hey mike. Would love to see some landscape tutorials. You are great at
conveying things. You are a magnificent teacher. You rock. Thanks.
As always great video. Two thumbs UP.
Thank you Mike, you are a good teacher, you made me understand how
important histogram is in photography.
I went to Disney Paris, it was very bright, and most of my pictures were
coming up dark in the lcd screen, so as I am very new to photography I up’d
the exposure …… the result was ALOT of over exposed photo’s luckily for
me Lightroom 5 is awesome for ‘saving’ over exposed pictures. But now
after your video im going to start reading the historgram and hopefully get
it right on location 🙂 I love your picture of Big Ben, if you ever
do a workshop or a walk in London I’d love to join you on it!!
inspiring again, thanks Mike
#photographytips #photographytutorial #histograms #mikebrowne
Great tutorial. Thank you.
Very useful, thanks Mike!
Thanks Mike. Your a great teacher and rekindled my hobby! :)
Nice job – seems like my best friend explaining things to me at a nice
friendly, informative pace. You are a natural teacher. Should I feel
guilty for watching all of these free instructional videos of yours?
For anyone curious, In Photoshop you open ‘Levels’ by going to Images
>Adjustments >Levels or by pressing Crtl+L and play around with the
histogram. I like your keyboard mike 🙂
Thank you – you too
Cheers Mike ! wondered what that graph thing was for !
Very good explaination! Thank you!
Good explanation of histogram , thank you!
Glad you’re feeling better 😉
Ahh – it’s an Avid keyboard. The colours and symbols are keyboard shortcuts
for use with Avid video editing software. – Mike
Mike Browne, you the man!
Just Excellent Mike.