I have a Nikon D750 Every time a shoot it always blows out the sky. If I meter for the sky then my subjects are way too dark. I tried it in auto and it really didn't help much. It just equaled the subject and sky, which led to still dark subject and a little more detail in the sky but not enough. I just got the camera a little while ago so I'm still learning it but I adjusted all my setting in manual (I shoot in Raw) and it still wasn't to my liking. I feel this task should be easy with a $2k camera. I know I can bracket but don't feel it should be necessary for what I'm trying to achieve. Can anyone give some insight as to what's going on? Thanks in advance! Example picture attached. The sky was very pretty blue and had beautiful clouds. It's too bad it didn't show up in these photos.