To Kilted-Arab: overexposed sky???atomas59::2010-10-20 20:12
Sorry, but there is not such a thing as an overexposed sky, or the entire shot or scene is, or it's not. As for the sky, you can't pick an exposure for the sky, and one for the rest of the image. Overcast sky often comes out luminous, when the exposure is set on highkey, as highkey I mean which this shot is...it could have been a touch darker. But getting back to the sky, an overcast sky, still apply a sun direction, so if you're aiming toward the sun, the luminosity of it will be great. You do get the same result even on a sunny day. the farther from the sun, the bluer the sky will be....to much toward the sun, you might end up with a very pale blue, even white sky..))) United States
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To Kilted-Arab: overexposed sky??? atomas59 Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 556 W: 746 N: 637] (3826)::2010-10-20 20:12
:Re: To Kilted-Arab: overexposed sky??? Kilted-Arab Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor [C: 1192 W: 77 N: 1849] (8186)::2010-10-20 20:31
:Re: To Kilted-Arab: overexposed sky??? Kilted-Arab Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor [C: 1192 W: 77 N: 1849] (8186)::2010-10-20 22:35
::Re: To Kilted-Arab: overexposed sky??? WhiteKnight Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1199 W: 130 N: 2138] (12018)::2010-10-21 09:12
:::Re: To Kilted-Arab: overexposed sky??? atomas59 Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 556 W: 746 N: 637] (3826)::2010-10-21 11:19
::::The Getty Center shrill (33)::2010-10-22 07:49