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Practicing capturing and post-processing to take advantage of as much of the dynamic range of a scene as possible. I was going for a... (show more)
Exif Data
  • 24-70mm F2.8
  • f/9
  • 24mmmm
  • 1/60 seconds
  • 100

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Matthew Saville

    Hi Jerri, a beautiful scene, and I imagine one that was quite tricky to get the histogram and highlights perfect on, because of the panorama. How did you meter this scene, and how close did you cut it with your histogram? Either way, well done.

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    Matthew Saville

    BTW you’re right, I do like how the logs frame the water and the reflection here. :)

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  3. Jerri Nielsen

    Hi, Matthew. Thank you for your feedback. I metered the scene in-camera; I generally leave my meter on center-weighted average, as I know how the meter will behave and what to adjust based on the scene.  For this shot I managed to prevent clipping either side of the histogram, perhaps because of the time of day and light cloud cover? I did adjust shutter speed for each image used in the panorama to ensure a consistent exposure across the scene, and push shadows up/pulled highlights down in post.

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