Hi, I am very newbie in DSLR. Got myself a DSLR and have been using it.
I am just wondering - there is a metering in the DSLR to give us the exposure, whether under or over expose....then we will set either aperture, shutter speed, or ISO to get the correct exposure.
My questions are:
1. Do we set exposure different from what the metering tell us? I suppose the answer is yes, but under what circumstances?
2. For indoor shoots, if aperture is already set to wide open, and still under expose, the next logical step is to increase ISO or to increase lighting (through flash)? And how much ISO to increase then depends on the metering, i.e. will increase until the metering shows proper exposure? Right?
3. Is the setting of Aperture, speed and ISO more for for the special effects in photos, such as bokeh?
Pardon me for the silly questions above....