Originally Posted by black-cat
Thanks for your comments peach.
Actually, when I first looked at your picture it was very dark, but as I tilted my screen at different angles, it looked completely different, even quite light in parts. So ignore all my comments, I'll shut up now.
My first paragraph is accurate (I believe) for very "white" scenes using a film camera. But I'm a complete novice of digital photogrpahy and I'm still learning too, which rules apply for film and which for digital photography.
I'm finding as time has gone on, nearly all pictures (digital camera photographs), the sun is too "bright" and even blurred and the surrounding area is "too dark", now I would have thought this was under exposure but maybe it is just a weak point of digital photography and not under exposure at all?
I've been trying to learn about it but not found anything relevant yet, did read up on the difference between RAW and j.peg though, so my time wasn't totally wasted.