"I once was lost and now I'm found!"
We're back for Black and White Sunday, week 61 for NewfandHound! Thank you to our hosts: My Life In Blog Years and Dachshund Nola! Please see one of their sites for information on the blog hop and how to join in on the fun each week! Our picture this week is of Lola who was found up in Bolinas running around alone, skinny, and hungry in the woods! She's so happy now and was having a great time at the park with her new owner today!
Have you heard other photographers use the term "clipping"? Clipping refers to the loss of detail in highlights and shadows in your photograph and can be found on your camera's histogram. A histogram represents the amount each pixel has been exposed, in graph form, showing the range of shadows, midtones, and highlights. By utilizing and understanding this graph you'll be able to have more control over your creative and post production process. Learn more about how to read a histogram in these articles:
- How to read a histogram: what you can learn from your camera's exposure graph by Digital Camera World
- How to read and use histograms by Digital Photography School