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2004 San Antonio, Texas, USA. Contax ND 1/128, F5.6,Digital, Handheld using Carl Zeiss 17-35...
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2004 San Antonio, Texas, USA. Contax ND 1/128, F5.6,Digital, Handheld using Carl Zeiss 17-35 Planar T* Lens at 25mm, Outback Coyote, Inc. (Michael Hahn) All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2004.
  1. Irakly Shanidze
    Irakly Shanidze
    Mike, it's overexposed for no reason? If you shot it RAW, you can still get the highlights, but if JPEG, kiss them good-by
  2. coyot
    coyot
    Irakly,

    Guess a dif of opiniono on the overexposre. This is exactly the shot I was hoping for! A very, very bright afternoon (Texas Sun at 2 pm.. Good detail in the dog. Good detail in the dog's owner. You can clearly see the Alamo. I like it.

    mrh.
  3. fotografz
    fotografz
    How can there be a difference of opinion as to overexposure? Either it is, or it isn't.

    If overexposure was the creative objective, then that is a different matter.
  4. coyot
    coyot
    fotografz,

    I think the question is more whether or not it works as a photograph. Overexposed??? Better stated as "Exposed for the shadows". Look at the white stone pavement. Still some detail even though taken in afternoon sun. Don't get so caught up in the technical aspect of images that you lose sight of the stimulation of an image.
  5. Schwartzkopf
    Schwartzkopf
    I don't think it is particularly interesting, and the high sun is simply too harsh. If the "noontime" aspect of the photo somehow accentuated the situation, then overexposure would work. but it simply doesn't for me. But, just one man's opinion.

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