- Jan 1, 2018
A question for you photo savvy people. How do you correct the too bright too dark issues before you shoot?
I personally don't do anything too special to manage brightness/darkness honestly. I just try to get my ISO, shutter speed, and aperture at a happy medium, usually with a few trial-error shots. I know it's possible to correct these issues in post production moreso if you shoot RAW, but I can never be bothered to go through and edit my photos extensively. I'll occasionally play with the brightness in Lightroom but most of the time I just go with whatever the camera gives me.A question for you photo savvy people. How do you correct the too bright too dark issues before you shoot?
@Sterls That first photo, the scenic vista, biased me from studying your thread, which was unfair. I've come to despise those clear cuts. National Forest = wilderness rape. They didn't even leave seed trees. Why not just call it like it really is, Corporate Profits Forest at the expense of the environment.
But your expedition into photography is fascinating. I hope you keep adding to this thread.
BLM, Burros of Laughable Mismanagement.I find the conservation approach of National Forests more accessible