Photos that are overexposed are often 'blown out' or contain too much white light. This can mean some important details end up being blanched out. However, when used intentionally, 'overexposure' can have a number of creative uses. Perhaps you want to highlight a particular area, or add some white space; striking light and exposure illuminates areas of interest and completely changes the mood of your shot. This is quite technical, so we recommend doing some research before you get started. We're looking forward to seeing the results!
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