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You don't need to know how an engine works to be able to drive a car, and you don't need to know how digital camera sensors work to become a decent photographer. People are put off reading technical photography books because they assume they will be filled with technical language and terminology.
In A Practical Guide to Exposure, Scottish Landscape Photographer Alister Benn sets out the fundamentals of exposure in easy to follow, simplistic examples of when, how and why we use different methods to expose our raw files.
By stripping down the complexities to their most fundamental parts, what we're left with is a quick reference guide of what defines a good exposure, what Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO really mean and when to use single versus multiple frame exposures.