What are the basics of histograms that you need to know as a photographer?

Often questions come up about exposure and how you can tell if your picture is truly correctly exposed or not. We have touched on histograms in the past, but when we came across this quick “Beginners Guide to Histograms” by Karl Taylor, we thought it’s certainly worth sharing. Especially for those who are just starting out and trying to get a hang of the Exposure Triangle. Take a look…

Karl Taylor is a British Photographer who has been in the industry for over 20 years. His work has been published internationally and he regularly works for some of the world’s leading companies. You can keep up with more from Karl by following him on his Photography Masterclass Blog, or following him on Facebook or Twitter.


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