|Hi David and Richard,
In a sense, is all a matter of terminology. I was in a sense making a reference of what one of my photography teacher once said in that matter. In any given scene there is only one exposure, right, over and under, the rest are consider to be values in comparation of a given exposure, if the exposure was done according to the sky, the rest of the scene would be to dark, while here seem to be the case of a slighly overexposed scene....resulting of high value in the sky area. Now Richard, I wasn't trying to diminish your input in the matter.....but more likely to engage in a further debate about exposure, so there is no need here for apologies...what is important is opinions on the matter.
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