DO NOT BE AFRAID TO UNDEREXPOSE YOUR SHOT

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In cer­tain sce­nar­ios, you’ll want to shoot an un­der­ex­posed long ex­po­sure im­age. For ex­am­ple, to cap­ture the col­ors splashed across the sky dur­ing sun­rise/ sun­set, and the cloud move­ment. This method al­lows you to get that dra­matic ef­fect and mood, with­out los­ing any de­tails in the fore­ground, even though the orig­i­nal im­age may look close to pitch black. This is very im­por­tant as the sky may be com­pletely blown out, or over­ex­posed be­yond re­cov­ery if you ex­pose the im­age nor­mally.

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