Exposure mode - To make sure the exposure is consistent between shots, try shooting in manual mode. That way, you can control your camera. Set your ISO as low as possible to produce images with little-to-no noise and select an aperture of f11 for a good depth of field. Then, choose a shutter speed that allows for an appropriate level of exposure. If you’re not comfortable with manual mode, Aperture Priority can simplify this process for you (and it works well with changing lighting conditions, like sunrises).