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21 minutes ago, IKLland said:

MAN, these are tough to expose properly!

I totally know what you’re talking about… *looks at exposure slider in default photo editing application on phone, shrugs realizing messing with it will ruin the already bad photo, moves on*

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Just now, IKLland said:

How?😜

I was photographing a hoodie about a month ago, in direct golden hour sunlight.

 

THE AGONY. 

 

Most of the shots were recoverable though as I didn't mess up too badly. So I'm happy about that.

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1 minute ago, Seanbirds said:

I was photographing a hoodie about a month ago, in direct golden hour sunlight.

 

THE AGONY. 

 

Most of the shots were recoverable though as I didn't mess up too badly. So I'm happy about that.

I hope they turned out alright! Can we see them? 

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Just now, IKLland said:

The other thing with them is they they’re so skittish…

Very true. It's tough to find one that's less flighty and more accustomed to people, but I'm happy to say I do know of a place near me where such an individual exists.

 

Here's the photo. 

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5 minutes ago, Seanbirds said:

Very true. It's tough to find one that's less flighty and more accustomed to people, but I'm happy to say I do know of a place near me where such an individual exists.

 

Here's the photo. 

HoodedMerganser.thumb.JPG.a47853d25ec3a1d998474ed40d017143.JPG

 

That’s a lot better of a situation exposure wise than what I was in…it was dark and muddy, which meant that the blacks were so dark, and if I made it brighter, the whites would’ve been super blown out.

 

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1 hour ago, IKLland said:

That’s a lot better of a situation exposure wise than what I was in…it was dark and muddy, which meant that the blacks were so dark, and if I made it brighter, the whites would’ve been super blown out.

 

Oof, that is tough. Still, that's a great photo you got there!

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