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Needs Improvement jpdeloof 2005-02-03 14:31

as you say your zone overexposed is enormous, almost the entirety of the photograph. Not very natural either these colors.
need for great improvement too

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Old 02-11-2005, 01:29 PM
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Default To jpdeloof: overexposure and colour

Hi, Jean
Sorry but I haven't got your point in this critique. Seems you were not sure on the subject you were writing. Yes, the lower left corner of this shot is overexposed but only this corner. You know, overexposure means the portion of light cast on the cam's sensor is so excessive that the details in this area could not be recognized. And here it's not this case overall. If one day you try to capture a lightning in the sky just over you, you'll find it yourself (but be cautious, lightnings are extremely dangerous). As for the colour - i'm not sure but I think that depending on a sensor type and white balance settings the strong light could cause purple, violet, blue or brown overall tint in night shots.
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