A Composition in f/2.8


The challenge when taking a photograph of outside, from inside, is being able to get the right brightness levels for each of in and outside. Generally, if the inside is properly exposed the outside will be over exposed; conversely, if the outside is properly exposed the inside will be under exposed. This is shown in the photographs below:

However, through the magic of fine photographic skills, a great Leica camera (and post-processing with Photoshop) the best of both worlds can be achieved.


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