• manfrottoimaginemore

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    4 months ago
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  • A little advice if you’re shooting in a winter wonderland: snow is sometimes even too bright for our retina to grasp, let alone for our camera lens to accurately depict. In order to get your exposure and white balance as decent as possible, a good starting point is to shoot in RAW, as what you mess up, can generally be fixed in post-production. 📷@directionless_donna
    Manfrotto Imagine More A little advice if you’re shooting in a winter wonderland: snow is sometimes even too bright for our retina to grasp, let alone for our camera lens to accurately depict. In order to get your exposure and white balance as decent as possible, a good starting point is to shoot in RAW, as what you mess up, can generally be fixed in post-production.
📷@directionless_donna

    A little advice if you’re shooting in a winter wonderland: snow is sometimes even too bright for our retina to grasp, let alone for our camera lens to accurately depict. In order to get your exposure and white balance as decent as possible, a good starting point is to shoot in RAW, as what you mess up, can generally be fixed in post-production.
    📷 @directionless_donna

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aeosdan - Daniel Kennedy 4 months ago

A lot of digital cameras have zebras or clipping warnings for overexposure. Learn to use you camera and you can maximise the quality of your photos and minimise your time in post.