How-To Shoot Photos Underexposed


Photographer Gianna Keiko shows you how to shoot a full-stop underexposed photo using the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV camera. It's one of her preferred methods to shoot because it helps with her editing workflow. When shooting underexposed, you'll want to double-check your photos to make sure they're in focus. Shooting underexposed allows you to have more creative freedom in the editing process. To learn more tips, watch Gianna's How-To.

Gianna Keiko is a lifestyle and brand narrative photographer with a decade of experience in the industry. Gianna spent 5 years in NYC working in editorial, advertising, and fashion photography, honing her technical editing, studio, and location lighting techniques. In NYC, she worked on projects for Vogue Magazine, Harpers Bazaar, Kenneth Cole, and Louis Vuitton. splitting time between Atlanta and Jackson Hole. Her passion for outdoor sports, travel, and sustainable lifestyle combined with an adventurous spirit lend truly one-of-a-kind imagery.

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