Over Exposed / Properly Exposed

Just finished some homework for school, and figured I would post it up on my blog.

For my over-exposed shot I did not use a neutral density filter, and for the properly exposed shot I did use it. The settings for my over-exposed shot are:

F/6.3

ISO: 500

Shutter: 60

Color Temp: 3100k

Properly Exposed:

F/5.6

ISO: 500

Shutter: 60

Color Temp: 3600k

(Neutral Density Filter 0.6)

I didn’t mind this shot, but I wanted a different look then what I got. I turned off the fill light. I didn’t change the camera settings, and the results gave me a closed loop lighting “Rembrandt” final image.

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