One-on-One with Chris

when the light is so harsh that I need to squint, essentially shooting at f16 – I either avoid shooting at all, or I dig out the flash to counter the high contrast at least a little bit. I’d oftentimes underexpose the ambient and set the flash to fill in at a low power. The vertical shot with the Empire State building is impossible to get without a flash for the foreground, but it also shows how filthy my M9’s sensor is yet again – the M9 is prone to sensor dust like no other camera I own…

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