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#1 Patrick Hunter

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 04:12 PM

Just started school, and I'm about to do my first shoot on film. I'm doing some very wide daytime shots of the city from on top of a roof. One of them is a shot from behind a actor looking out at the skyline. Would I be right to expose for the landscape rather then the person since the landscape (skyline etc) is my focal point and dominant part of the shot?
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