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Well, if you're using monolights, backing down to speedlights might be the best way to reduce power, particularly since you're working with a subject so close to the backdrop. If you're working with the lights in very close, say for macro/food/product shooting, possibly switching out to LED panels would make even more sense. The second thing to try would be ...


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I think the aproach will depend on several things, if the light is soft or harsh, if the overexposed ilumination is over all the scene or just a part of it. ND Filter If it is over all scene you can try using a ND filter. If you use a 4x ND filter you can reduce the exposure from f22 to f11 or with a 8x to f8. Probably a polarizer filter will do if you ...



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