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Old 09-06-2018, 02:51 AM   #8
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However, not simply to pick on this one, there are others in my opinion in the same category go beyond interpretation. This is a striking photo for sure but once the sun is out the shadows are not anywhere!! near that dark and headlights not that subdued when backlit in the world I live in. It could be out of box just Not sure how many stops you need to underexpose.

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It seems clear (IMO) that he exposed for the glint. I tried shadow recovery on it with disastrous results. Be that as it may, I have no problem faving it!
Sometimes an odd little detail jumps out at me, like why the headlights don't align vertically.
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