Rich Saturated Color

Getting Deep, Rich, Saturated, Color I used slide film almost exclusively before digital came along and I always tried for deep, rich, saturated color. It didn’t leave much room for exposure error, but I quickly learned that underexposing by a quarter to half stop would give richer colors. The digital process is more forgiving, so [...] Read more »

Exposure Compensation – the Goldilocks Factor

Most photographs are made with an automatic or program exposure and frequently the results are not as good as they could be.  That’s because the camera’s exposure meter assumes that every scene has average brightness while the reality is that many scenes are brighter or darker than average. For example, the beach or a ski [...] Read more »

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