This is an image I consider to have a solid
the horizon line. The building in the background is
straight and level.
Notice the door behind her. It isn't straight up and
down. It's obvious that it wasn't shot on a tripod.
And you don't need to shoot on one. But errors
like that need to be fixed in post before they're
ever released for commercial use, the way
this one was.
portraits or fashion photography, skin is pretty
This image would be an example of the
Here is an image I think will example my point well.
It's a bright day at the beach and everything is extra
well as in the white shirt.
On the opposite end of overexposures. We have
Now here is an image that is underexposed.
There isn't any detail in the darkest parts, like
her shirt. And the only reason other dark areas
have the detail they have, is because they've
they've brought the brightness up in post. They've
brought the brightness up so high that they've now
introduced noise into the image as well. It's no
longer a smooth image, but it is now marked up
from the noise the edit has introduced.
I hope these examples have helped you understand my issue I talked about in the last post.
Until next time!
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