The subject in your photo is underexposed.Read the following PDF to get an idea of how exposure works and essentially how to use spot metering to get good exposure - http://backroom.rend...metering%20.pdf
Thats a great read Andre thanks for that!
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Posted 07 January 2012 - 22:56
Unable to reedit. However I've played around with still life photography to get a bit of practice and this seems to be the best shot I've got.
Is there anything you would improve? I don't mean the composition or subject I mean aperture and shutter speed?
Posted 07 January 2012 - 23:30