Overexposed Images

We shot an art gallery recently and our client was upset to see some of the pieces too bright and washed out. Is there anything that could be done in the workshop to correct this problem? Any tips during capture?

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  • Hi @Daniel Velle  There is no 'photoshop' capabilities available.  Personally I like that aspect so I don't have 1-2 hours of touch-up.  At the same time I understand how it would be nice to have.  My recommendations are:

    1) Lower lighting is generally better than high light levels.  If there is any dimming capability, I generally turn it to 50%.

    2) Most clients think 'BRIGHT LIGHTS' are best for photography.  But for MP, not necessarily true.  You could do a test of 1-2 scan points, upload and then look at it for lighting; without a charge to your account.  Sometimes it's best to just use overhead lighting and not 'spot specific' lighting.  The test scan doesn't take too long to process and will help you, and the client. see which is best 

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  • It's been a year since I wrote this message.

    Has there been any development on a model that's too bright?

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