Errors, Slips, And Blunders: F/Stop Follies
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Sometimes you just have to guess at how big or how small your aperture should be when you release the shutter... and occasionally, you get that completely wrong. Or, you trust the camera to pick the right amount, and it abysmally miscalculates. Either way, you end up with a photo that's over exposed... or one that's too dark to fix with a little fill light in PP.
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Wednesday, 23rd November, 2011 (GMT)
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