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Thread started 10 May 2012 (Thursday) 16:23
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How to do this photo, overexposed background

 
VioletStorm
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I see this kind of photo often, I can't figure out how they (what looks like) overexpose the background, and properly expose the people. Forgive me if it is mostly photoshopped, I have been trained in photography, but am still catching up with the photoshop/digital era. I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark 11https://mail.google.co​m ...&realattid=f_h22bjk​d40&zwexternal link

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sandpiper
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I can't see the image, the link just goes to gmail homepage, you need to link to the image directly.

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You do know that you posted this same thing twice in the same forum, right?

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