exposure and constrast problem

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GCSE photography Note on exposure and constrast problem, created by eleanordaisy on 11/13/2013.

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Created by eleanordaisy about 6 years ago
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exposure problems

Wrong sensitivity setting selectedShutter speed too slow to freeze movementExposure compensation set incorrectlyOverexposed clouds in a landscapeUnderexposed foreground in a landscape White subject made greyBlack subject made greyCamera in the wrong exposure modeSpot meter onUnderexposed back-lit subject

contrast problem

A photograph with too much contrast has a strong difference between light (highlight) and darker (shadow) areas of the image. This is very apparent in photographs taken on a sunny day. Use flash to fill in the dark shadowy areas of the image and try underexposing the image by one or two stops to see the difference it makes.

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