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Hi Larry, wow, those are some high contrast scenes. I guess you are referring to getting the sheep in proper exposure and still have some detail in the snow?? The sheep do look like they are exposed properly. Would you have to underexpose then bring up the sheep and snow separately to try and keep some detail?
Wow, that old guy in #2 sure is busted up and the last ram looks like he has the mange or something, definitely not good. The two on the mound is a cute shot and the ewe in the first shot is either well fed or expecting, though it seems early in the year for her to be showing.
Yeah, depending on the area, we had a fair amount of glare/high contrast..Yes, I was referring to attempting to find a little happier medium than what I did, Yes, I think they would have been better had I underexposed the sheep a touch further, brought them up and had additional detail shadowing in the snow to work with.
It was hard for me to tell on the one in the grass, whether he had Mange or had gotten attacked by a cougar or something...The first ewe in the canyon I think it was as much the angle as anything, but she for sure didn't looked hungry