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Assignment June 2021 - Overexposed

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    Default Assignment June 2021 - Overexposed

    The June 2021 photography.ca assignment subject is: OVEREXPOSED.
    We've done it before...a while back - But It's a fun one.


    To be interpreted photographically any way you see fit. Please post your work in this thread.
    Okay then, who will be first to post?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    We've done it before...a while back - But It's a fun one.
    I remember this one well. It was the very first assignment that I participated in after joining the forum. I still like that photo today. I was so encouraged by the positive feedback it gave me quite a bit of confidence in my photography.

    This afternoon I went out with 50mm lens only, with exposure compensation set at +3 . I quite liked the look of these overexposed shots with afternoon sun on some statues.

    deliberately overexposed by Dwayne, on Flickr

    deliberately overexposed by Dwayne, on Flickr
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    Double exposure works pretty good for this assignment.

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    Broke my heart to leave that top row of windows out, but I only had one camera and lens with meand not enough room to get it. So I went back with a different rig. First shot is an in camera double exposure with a Sony a6500 and a Nikkor 35-70 2.8. This second one is from a D800 with a Nikkor 16-35 f4 and its a tripple exposure from the camera. Both were processed using Nik's Capture NX2, Coloreffex and the pro contrast filter, and a white vignette.

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    Model is Josian Mutangampundu. Shot in studio in preparation for creating a video about posing in a short dress.

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    Good choice for subject matter RM - works for me
    Barefoot - wonderful play - I actually had a similar thought....(combining multiple exposure w/overexposure). Nice!
    Mbrager - I like it...but for me, in this context - why did you choose a frame with closed eyes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    Mbrager - I like it...but for me, in this context - why did you choose a frame with closed eyes?
    Fair question. Josian had wanted to shoot some video clips outside and then wanted to shoot in the studio. Because of the white on white, I was adjusting the exposure with a few test shots. She always wears amazing make up that she does herself. The first post was the first of the test shots. The second test shot is a little less overexposed, but her eyes are open. Of course it's easy to overexpose in post, but these are straight out of the camera except for removing a stand leg that snuck into the picture.

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    Thanks for posting the set wit the eyes open which have a MUCH greater impact.
    Nice casual play with a striking model
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