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Old 05-01-2017, 09:49 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Joseph Cermak View Post
Yes, that's what I generally use when making edits, but I didn't change much on this shot. I'm not sure the best way to process snow shots so that they are bright enough without having "blown-out" snow areas.
Hi Joseph,

The key thing is getting the Exposure correct. Once that's done, you can set your white and black points, and shadows/highlights so nothing is blown out. The shots that I see in this thread that look dark are underexposed, possibly because the photographers involved may have been misled by the camera's metering system. When shooting in the snow, if you follow the camera's metering system, you will likely underexpose. Fortunately, if you are shooting raw, you can adjust Exposure in post to fix that....as long as the shot is not badly underexposed.
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