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You should see if the lightmeter in your camera is in the middle when you focus. Sometimes ignorance to a little reading of lightmeter makes a photo overexposed.


Probably the fastest and easiest way to cover the bases would be to do automatic exposure bracketing. But if you want to be precise, I'd say either use an external light meter, or get really really good/fast with the Sunny 16 rule, and learning to use your histogram to judge exposure. The Sunny 16 rule is a good way to approximate for exposure. In clear, ...

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