Problem solving


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Problem solving

(cross talk) The far side of the table there has a lot of nice light on faces. The near side of the table, they're back lit, and there is not that much I can do about that, in so far as the lighting goes. So as a photographer, I need to make some decisions about what I can do to try to cover this side of the table. Now, you could make the decision of, I'm just now going to cover this side of the table, I'm going to shoot the people that are in good light, and those are the pictures that I'll get.

But, obviously, if you want pictures of everybody, you might find yourself shooting with no choice in situations where the light is simply bad. So what can I do here? I can choose to overexpose and I do that with my exposure compensation. That's one way is just dial in a little more overexposure. I'm going to lose things in the background, but that's okay; I'm going to pick up faces. I can also ask them to turn. Particularly if it's a family gathering, or a situa...

Problem solving
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