Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Keesh, Jul 3, 2005.
Do I need to do a double exposure or somthing? The sky is much too bright.
I would just use the magic wand tool and delete the sky completely, and take a pretty sky from another photo (or just shoot for the clouds sometime) and PS that in behind the computer. It'd look sexy as hell and you don't have to set the shot up again
That's a damn good idea. I'll find one that I've already taken of the sky and put it in. Thanks
I got bored and couldn't think of anything to take pictures of
If you want to fix this in the camera, that is when you take the original pic, I would use a graduated ND (neutrual density) filter. A polorizer filter only works at certain angles and may not darken the sky like you want. The beauty of a graduated ND filter is that it works under any lighting conditions, for exterior as well as interior shots.
manual settings, expose for sky, use flash (focus on pc and press * button to set flash exposure)