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I ask myself, two simple questions: 1) What is my subject? 2) Is my subject bouncing off more light than the background?

  1. What is my subject?
  2. Is my subject bouncing off more light than the background?

If the answer to the second question is no!"no" and I am outside without external lights, I'll use the spot metering.

Also, for forcing a silhouette, I'll use the AE lock after spot metering on the brightest object. That way iI am guaranteed a silhouette.

I ask myself, two simple questions: 1) What is my subject? 2) Is my subject bouncing off more light than the background?

If the answer to the second question is no! and I am outside without external lights, I'll use the spot metering.

Also, for forcing a silhouette, I'll use the AE lock after spot metering on the brightest object. That way i am guaranteed a silhouette.

I ask myself two simple questions:

  1. What is my subject?
  2. Is my subject bouncing off more light than the background?

If the answer to the second question is "no" and I am outside without external lights, I'll use the spot metering.

Also, for forcing a silhouette, I'll use the AE lock after spot metering on the brightest object. That way I am guaranteed a silhouette.

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I ask myself, two simple questions: 1) What is my subject? 2) Is my subject bouncing off more light than the background?

If the answer to the second question is no! and I am outside without external lights, I'll use the spot metering.

Also, for forcing a silhouette, I'll use the AE lock after spot metering on the brightest object. That way i am guaranteed a silhouette.