Indianapolis Family Photographer | For Photographers Fridays | Exposure - Indianapolis Photographer | casey and her camera
In an ideal world... we're all shooting for 'perfect exposure', but what does that really mean? If I'm shooting a backlit portrait at sunset, there is no perfect exposure. I suppose I could take two perfectly exposed images and merge them in editing, but it will likely look unnatural. I've heard the argument for underexposure so as not to lose detail in the highlights, but conversely, what about the argument for overexposure so as not to lose detail in the shadows?