I have a problem... I took some pictues (Kodak TMax 400) at dawn, when the sunhine was not as strong as during the day (came from a low point) but it was still pretty bright. I took pictures where the sun came from behind, and I used 5.6 or 8 as an aperture, and the shutter was 1/30. (Might not be right though, I'm a false beginner in photgraphy, so can't remember the correct settings... ) But then I also took photos where teh sun wasn't coming from behind, again in teh sunhine, WITH THE SAME SHUTTER SETTINGS! (I meant to change the shutter settings as well, but it was such a fast situation I forgot... Now how many stops would you estimate that I need to underexpose the film? It would be ideal, if I could make some kind of a compromise beween these two types of photos, so that they would both come out fine... I'd really appreaciate some help here... Thanks in advance for any input!