Old 05-07-2008, 11:42 PM   #1
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I got this one rejected but wanted to share a unique view before it goes away.

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Old 05-08-2008, 12:21 AM   #2
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Exposed for the outside so the inside, which is the subject of the shot, is too dark. See how it looks if you bring up the inside. You may also wish to try the technique with two layers where you make the inside lighter without overexposing the outside.
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Exposed for the outside so the inside, which is the subject of the shot, is too dark. See how it looks if you bring up the inside. You may also wish to try the technique with two layers where you make the inside lighter without overexposing the outside.
Or fill flash if you can get it so it doesn't reflect back in the window
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That's definitely a tough exposure situation; the inside and outside are not within the camera's dynamic range, yet they're in the same scene. The shot is more photojournalism than art, so I'm not surprised it wasn't accepted. (I tend to prefer the photojournalistic shots, myself.)
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