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Chris

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Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
18
comment Over-exposured shots on a sunny day with Auto Settings?
Olin, I had checked the EV dial before and it was set to zero. I wish it were as simple as that, but thank you anyways!
Jun
17
comment Over-exposured shots on a sunny day with Auto Settings?
Mattdm, if only it was the ISO, I would be so happy! Strangely enough, in the photo I posted ISO is manually set to 200! But, I get no more luck when ISO is set to AUTO. As far as the aperture is concerned, yes I can see it fully closing.
Jun
17
comment Over-exposured shots on a sunny day with Auto Settings?
Steven, I do not experience any problem when indoors; just under sunlight. In any case, here is a photo where the sun is exactly behind me, not even close to the frame (dismiss the black box; family member rather not shown) i49.tinypic.com/33mtr92.jpg
Jun
17
comment Over-exposured shots on a sunny day with Auto Settings?
I am using Matrix. If at manual mode and with shutter speed set very high (i.e. 1/4000), photos are correctly exposed. I took two photos of the fact same place, with the exact same focus, white balance, iso etc. One using auto and one using manual. This photo is just perfect when in manual shutter speed was set to 1/4000 and f stop at 4.5. When in auto values changed drastically to 1/640 and f13 resulting to another over-exposed photo. Same metering in both cases.
Jun
17
awarded  Student
Jun
17
asked Over-exposured shots on a sunny day with Auto Settings?