OverExposed

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  1. Rod-UK

    Rod-UK TPF Noob!

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    This is our black cat, I find it difficult to get good photos of her. She may be laying in a really good pose with an excellent backround, I go get the camera and as soon as I appear she will get up and walk off.

    This photo is way over-exposed, the question is

    'does it work' ?

    PS; I didn't take the picture, its my wife's mistake with her new Nikon Coolpix 5200.

    Do you think there's a possible female conspiracy here ?

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  2. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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  3. Rod-UK

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    There is on my monitor.

    What do I do to correct this problem ?



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    I see the photo... well black animals are extremely difficult to photograph because you never know how to exposure them. this one is a bit overexposed for me... even her fur has some burn-outs but I'm amazed that she didn't move when you took a photo :)
     

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