Help with taking some pictures with my Nikon D600
Hello forum, I just purchased a Nikon D600. I did quite a bit of research on it and couldn't wait to receive it. When I take pictures of individuals I get great clarity an sharpness but when I'm taking landscape photos whatever the focus point is on turns out clear but the rest of the photo is either whited out or underlit. I've taken some landscape shots and the sky is very white and the clouds and blue sky is not highlighted at all and then when I put the focus more on the sky I get the beauty of the sky while the objects below are darkened. I had a Nikon d3000 and had never had this issue. Can someone give me some tips on something I may be missing? Thanks a lot.
#1. "RE: Help with taking some pictures with my Nikon D600" | In response to Reply # 0olivierrychner Nikonian since 03rd Jan 2005Sat 02-Feb-13 04:42 AM
Never had a D600 in my hands, but your problem sounds like spot metering left on/switched on inadvertently...
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#2. "RE: Help with taking some pictures with my Nikon D600" | In response to Reply # 1dagoldst Nikonian since 02nd Dec 2012Sat 02-Feb-13 02:51 PM
>Never had a D600 in my hands, but your problem sounds like
>spot metering left on/switched on inadvertently...
I agree with Olivier, but it helps to post an image with full EXIF info to get an accurate answer to what you are seeing.
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