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how to avoid overexposing the sky?


26 июля 2018, 17:41

Hello,

I've been trying to get more into photography recently. Right now I'm using my Canon A40 and mainly trying to learn about composition... I'm sure there will come a point when I feel my equipment is limiting me and I will want to upgrade, but I don't want to drop that much cash before I really get into it.

I've noticed a problem with a lot of the shots I've taken on the A40 -- the sky is overexposed. Many of my pictures end up with just a big white or light gray mass at the top instead of anything resembling a sky. So far I've mostly been using the full-auto settings on the camera, so I take this as a hint that I should start messing with the manual settings more. Could anyone give me (or point me to a site with) tips on how to avoid overexposing the sky? Am I going to have to sacrifice proper lighting for the other objects in the scene to keep the sky from getting blown out?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

References:
https://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=517442
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Thank you.


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