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William Hasselo
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Dec 22, 2003


Since a few weeks I own a 300D and still have to learn a lot. Today I shot some pictures outside and a lot of them were realy overexposed.
I shot them in P.

Please have a look at:


The first one is realy overexposed. They were not altered in PS.

They were shot right after eachother, only with a zoom difference.
Exif is still included.

With my previous 'normal' Eos 300 I did not encounter these kind of exposure problems.

Can someone please advise me what the best way is to learn to prevent these kind of problems. Do I realy switch to M to make a decent pictire with the 300D.

Lense: Sigma 28-105 2.8-4 AS (I know .....)

Thanks for the help !


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