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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2014 6:18PM
A beautiful image, however a tad over exposed with some blown out areas Phil. This is apparent at the top of the image...

If you haven't already done so try 'Bracketing'

Due to the nature of what it means, bracketing has in the past been reserved for the professional photographer who could afford to and found it necessary to "burn" a lot of emulsion film to get the shot spot on.

Now with the introduction of "almost" in-exhaustive and cheap to run digital photography, we can all practice with and learn from bracketing techniques using your cameras exposure settings, white balance settings and flash photography settings.

So what is it?

It means you have the ability to be able to take three or more shots of the same scene each with differing exposure, white balance or flash values. One is taken with a correct exposure according to the metering setting on your camera, one is underexposed and one is overexposed.

The under and over exposed shots can be taken within a range of + or - 3 stops either way with half or third stop increments.

By doing this, you can asses which of each represents the closest and most accurate exposure.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

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stuart1963 6 272 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2014 9:18PM
Cheers Nathan
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
9 Jan 2014 6:18AM
Love all the green bits in that flowing water! Grin My kind of thing... GrinGrin
An admirable composition! IB

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