Since I learned to use on how to adjust exposure on Sony a6000, it’s easier to adjust the Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO.
I frequently shoot on Aperture Mode when I am out and about taking shots of landscape and architecture with people but not yet portrait.
The Digital Camera Mastery course that I finally finished helped me to understand my camera and one of the new things I learned is Exposure Bracketing.
What is EV Bracketing?
With EV Bracketing, you can take three shots with one press of a button.
- Auto exposure – optimal exposed
- Darker version – under exposed
- Lighter version – over exposed
Here’s how to set EV Bracketing on Sony a6000
Menu > camera icon > tab 2 > Drive Mode> Cont. Bracket
You can choose different exposures and number of images:
- 0.3EV 3 Image
- 0.3EV 5 Image
- 0.5EV 3 Image
- 0.7EV 3 Image
- 0.7EV 5 Image
- 1.0EV 3 Image
- 2.0EV 3 Image
- 3.0EV 3 Image
I will use 0.3EV 3 Image in doing travel and street photography.
Photos Taken Using EV Bracketing
Time to show some shots I took using Sony a6000 in manual mode with 36 mm focal length.
I took a photo of one of my plants in my room because I don’t want to use my camera in winter. And if you know the name of the cactus do let me know. It took me a lot of time to figure out what is Haworthia Limofilia.
Cont. Bracket: 0.3EV 3 Image
Photo 1: shutter – 1/15, aperture – f/6.3 and ISO – 3200
Photo 2: shutter – 1/15, aperture – f/6.3 and ISO – 2500
Photo 3: shutter – 1/15, aperture – f/6.3 and ISO – 3200
Surprisingly, the first and third shots turned out to have the same settings.
Sony a6000 Tips and Tricks
Apart from EV bracketing, I’m sharing other tips on how to use Sony a6000.
- Taking Many Shots with EV Bracketing on Sony a6000
- My Sony a6000 Settings
- Check Image Stabilization in Sony a6000
- Should You Buy the AmazonBasics 50-Inch Tripod?
- Why Do I Take Photos Without Lens Hood
- How to Change the Aspect Ratio of Sony a6000
I’ll end this post with a news. Good or bad? It depends on how much is the future cost.
Before I write this post I watched a video of Kyle and found out that Sony a6000 was discontinued.
It could be a good news for those who are looking for a beginner mirrorless camera if the price will go down.
I have no regrets in buying it. If I will upgrade (which a long way down the road) I’m eyeing Sony a6600 which is pricey. Well, I better not drop my camera.
With the upcoming sale, what mirrorless camera are you going to buy?
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