November 28th, 2008
It’s probably not that dark in this room, but the bright light coming in the window and the white blinds have thrown off the camera’s light meter, causing the camera to think the room is brighter than it actually is, and thereby underexposing it. The same thing fooled the camera into not firing a flash to illuminate the room a little more. This can be avoided by setting the camera to fire the flash with every shot, instead of automatically. Now, the same can’t be said for the REALTOR®, who should have first of all turned the lights on, and second, realized that this was a bad shot after reviewing it on the camera’s LCD screen.
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