Mornings around the Phun house on a weekday is no different from the typical household with school age kids.
There is the usual yelling, “Time to get up”
Followed by “Light’s coming on”
“Move some body parts”
If the bathroom crunch doesn’t result in name-calling and neither my wife nor I have to yell, “Hurry Up,” then everyone gets to school and work without incident.
One recent morning I opened the front door, I found the picture below:
The 7-ish morning sun transformed my hideous security screen door.
Suffice to say, I don’t look at my screen door the same way any more.
So, in the end, you shouldn’t think of your camera’s meter as inaccurate or off.
You are after all in control. Whenever you choose your subject, you need to think of how you want to expose your subject. If you’re after saturation of color, under-expose a little.
Peter Phun Photography
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