3 Simple Solutions for Shooting Against the Light in Photography that Work

Shooting against the light has always been a tricky thing in photography: if you choose to set a longer exposure or just to increase the exposure compensation in order to have plenty of light over the near subject, the background will appear burned (overexposed). The other way around, if you choose the right exposure for the background (the usual auto or program mode will do that), then your subject will appear too dark (underexposed). The solutions I will present depends on the situation in which you will find yourself. Let’s look at them. Solution 1 – Use Flash Even in a Sunny Day If you are close enough to your subject, like for instance in portrait photography, using the flash even if it is a very sunny day will fix the problem in a very simple and effective way. Solution 2 – D-light Function But what if your subject is … Read more…

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