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    Hi ppl, please kindly comme
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    No focal point to draw attention to.
    Sky could do with more contrast (try CP-L filter)
    Traffic light in bottom centre is under-exposed and quite an eye-sore.

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    I don't really see what is the subject in the photo. Also, it is under exposed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDude View Post
    I don't really see what is the subject in the photo. Also, it is under exposed.
    Hi, thanks for the comments. I'm quite a newbie. Care to explain wat u meant by under-exposed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devilkom View Post
    Hi, thanks for the comments. I'm quite a newbie. Care to explain wat u meant by under-exposed?
    The sky is very bright and as such the camera is fooled into exposing the sky correctly, but it has neglected the foreground of buildings and lamps.

    When you meter the foreground properly, you run a risk of over-exposing the sky. So this is a delicate matter of choosing the correct exposure for both the sky as well as the foreground. Some would use a grad ND filter to correct this, read up on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    The sky is very bright and as such the camera is fooled into exposing the sky correctly, but it has neglected the foreground of buildings and lamps.

    When you meter the foreground properly, you run a risk of over-exposing the sky. So this is a delicate matter of choosing the correct exposure for both the sky as well as the foreground. Some would use a grad ND filter to correct this, read up on it.
    Thanks for ur info. Will definately read up on it.

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