I try to focus on one technical aspect of photography every few weeks and spend time trying to learn what my feeble mind will allow me to retain.
This month I have decided to dedicate to Exposure and all aspects of it. That of course included aperture, shutter speed, ISO and of course light metering in order to achieve proper and creative exposure.
I bought Understanding Exposure by Bryan Peterson, which I found to be a fantastic read, but still felt a little left in the dark.
So to all those who may take pitty on me, do you have suggestions for good settings in manual mode that are best for indoor/low light settings (I have a 50mm f/1.8 prime, 70-300mm IS and a 17-85mm IS)
Any suggestions on a formula or calculation to achieve good exposure is greatly appreciated.