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    Default The Butterfly Effect

    In Bolangir district...on the way to Titilagarh
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    Hello Akash,

    Can you please mention the details of the settings you used to take the shot, so then we can suggest the changes required. Please mention the following details whenever you post an image:-

    Camera and Lens-
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    Keep Posting...
    Mrudul
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Akash,
    The sky occupies a major amount of the frame. And since the sky is brighter, it fools the meter in your camera and the camera has underexposed the subject.

    There is lot of negative space in the image (the space behind the butterfly). It just doesn't add to the image. Rather it takes the attention away from the butterfly.

    Butterfly would look if it is a bit larger in the frame.

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