Japanese Barberry - underexposed?

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  1. rubbertree

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    My DH thinks it's underexposed but I really like how dark it is. What do you think?


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    The only person who can decide if something is under exposed or not is you. It is a tad dark for my tastes, but if that is the way you like it that means it is properly exposed :)
     
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    Yep, totally agree!


    The darkness makes it look like you're looking through something and the radial blur adds to that overall affect.
     
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    thank you, that's what I said (that if I like it, it's not underexposed!)
    It was taken with a Lensbaby.
     
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    Yeah it would be a very typical and really boring shot if it werent for the interesting darkness. and of course the blurr
     
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    exactly. Thanks!
     
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    it likes me a lot. congratulations¬°
     
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