How to photograph white without being gray

It’s simple.

It is necessary to shift the exposure to plus and it doesn’t matter in what way: by shifting the exposure pair in manual mode, i.e. changing the shutter ratio, ISO, aperture, or “+/-” exposure compensation in semi-automatic aperture or shutter priority mode, call

When you adjust/shift the exposure to plus, the exposure will straighten out and the gray will turn white.

Shifting too far, which you can’t tell from the camera’s display, will burn out the photo. All the details on this white color of yours will disappear. In other words, on a white shirt or wedding dress, wrinkles will disappear, buttons and clothes in the photo will turn into a white area or background.

This suggests that you have raised the exposure too much and need to reduce it. Only the histogram will help you quickly and quickly understand that you have been rude with the exposure and burned out the white color.

Let’s move on to examples, because, as I said, this is perhaps the best way to learn photography in general.