Sunset in Kruger

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You should also be able to see this same scale in the viewfinder. What that scale represents, in part, depends on what shooting mode your camera is in. If you are in an automated mode (Av/Tv/P/Auto, the scene modes, etc), then it acts as an exposure compensation scale. It is marked off in exposure values (EV), or stops. Dialing it to the + side of the ...


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some basic editing... That's what makes the difference. They probably use not so basic editing like sharpening, local adjustments, etc and they probably also do not just apply some of it, but a lot. To cut a long story short: These are not images that come straight out of the camera and your will not achieve such results with the camera and basic ...



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