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Un­der­ex­posed 1

When there are small, in­tensely bright ar­eas in the frame, the meter can be tricked into mak­ing the scene too dark over­all.

Brack­et­ing the ex­po­sure 2

Again, there are sev­eral op­tions, one of which is ‘brack­et­ing’ the ex­po­sure – tak­ing a num­ber of shots at different ex­po­sure lev­els.

‘Cor­rected’ 3

There may be no ‘cor­rect’ ex­po­sure in this in­stance, but brack­et­ing al­lows you to choose the best ex­po­sure when you re­view shots later.

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