Underexposed images can at times really allow you to capture a unique situation just as one of our students Keren Golab has done here.

In her own words here is what Keren shared with us about this image:

“I underexposed this photo of the sunset to produce a view that was much closer to the one I saw in front of me. Not only does the underexposure provide a more true to my experience photo, it brings depth of colour to the sunset and provides a dramatic effect and atmosphere.

This was taken when the sky was filled with smoke from the bushfires in Tasmania in early January. By taking the photo properly exposed the haze affected the over all photo, weakening the sunset. However by underexposing the photo the haze adds depth, atmosphere and colour to the sky.”

Great explanation and image Keren and thanks for letting us share your work.

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