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#1 James Taylor

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 07:10 AM

Hi,

I have recently, and for the first time, begun to explore under-exposure and have as a result been pondering a specific point. Can anyone tell me why certain colours, particularly bright orange/reds, seem to pop out more after moderate under-exposure - is it simply that they carry more resistance to under exposure being at the top end? Is this what I can see in The American Friend (robby muller) as the reds and oranges have a florescent quality against an otherwise dim background. Would appreciate some clarification, thanks.

James
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