|13th of March 2005 (Sun)||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2005
Intentional overexposure? Your opinion please
Newbie here, been taking shots for about 2 months after reading several books.
I prefer to take artistic shots, low light, harsh side light in dark room.
What do you think about intentionally overexposing a shot for a bright effect? Is it a good or bad idea? Does it make me look amatuer?
My wife was sitting in my office with a window behind her and the sun shining through. Looked like a great shot so i took it.
Top of her head is over exposed, too bright. But I thought it looked good.
Can a shot like this sell? Does it look pro or do pro photographers dislike this?
Thanx in advance.
Last edited by serissolutions : 13th of March 2005 (Sun) at 18:18.
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Does intentional vignetting ever work ?||icicle||Critique Corner||4||24th of July 2006 (Mon) 20:59|
|Intentional out-of-focus, what do you think?||T.O.||People||14||17th of November 2005 (Thu) 04:48|
|Background Overexposure||Mark_48||General Photography Talk||4||27th of June 2005 (Mon) 01:41|
|Overexposure||sony23||Canon EOS Digital Cameras||0||25th of June 2005 (Sat) 09:56|
|A 70 flash overexposure||dojere||Small Flash and Studio Lighting||2||22nd of June 2005 (Wed) 01:11|