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Photography.16

It's all about the light!

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{Photography.16.5}: Which Hazel? {hazel2} Sun, 27 Jul 2003 00:27:22 CDT (10 lines)

Yes, I tend to do that - underexpose to get details in the
highlights. (For some reason my camera blows out highlights but isn't
so bad with shadows.) But it's still hard sometimes for Photoshop to
create a pic with a full range of tones with these images. Usually the
darks end up posterized with these severe efforts to bring detail out
of them.

I know trick about combining bracketed exposures in Photoshop, but
they have to be perfectly aligned and many of my shots are hand held.
But that's definitely an option.

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