Film Exposure: The Differences between Underexposed, Overexposed, and Properly Exposed Films.

film too dark means over/under exposed

overexposed

When we say a film is too dark, it typically means that the image captured on the film is underexposed. This can happen for a number of reasons such as incorrect camera settings, low light conditions, or a problem with the film itself. When a film is underexposed, there isn’t enough light hitting the film to fully expose the image. This results in a darker image that lacks detail and contrast.

On the other hand, an overexposed film results in an image that is too bright. This can happen when too much light hits the film, causing the image to be washed out and lacking in detail. Both under and overexposed films are considered to be bad exposures, as they don’t fully capture the intended image. In contrast, a properly exposed film will have a good balance of light and dark areas, with detail and contrast throughout the image.

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