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Different exposure, different effect. The external wall of a gas station served as a handy background for this study on exposure latitude. Shuttered shop doors on Sundays are another source of interesting backdrops (left).

Story: Whatever works for you

Top left: ISO 50, f.5, 1/500 sec
Slight underexposure creates a cool and subdued effect.

Top right: ISO 50, f.4.5, 1/500 sec
Normal as determined by camera. Constrasty and accurately captures the late afternoon sun.

Bottom left: ISO 50, f.4, 1/320 sec
Slight overexposure defines hair texture and brightens the background.

Bottom right: ISO 50, f.3.5, 1/80 sec
Reckless overexposure desaturates and burns. An effect the MTV generation has mostly grown to accept as normal.

All pics with Olympus C8080. Model: Anna
 
24th May 2005
     

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