50mm – Loving the Tassie High KeyPosted: March 30, 2012
Here’s post #5 in the series.
A lot of photographers avoid overexposure like the plague. However if used artistically, overexposure is actually called a “High Key” image. I’d suggest that you try to expose properly when you take the shot and then you can edit something into high key. But if you do take an overexposed shot – don’t throw it out. You never know how it’ll turn out when you’ve played around with it a bit.