By this example, the darkest of areas in your photo are only made up of levels of variation while the brightest are made up of In other words, a bright photo contains a lot more variation and therefore detail than a dark photo does. All of that extra information from the overexposed photo allows you to correct it and create a better result than an underexposed photo does. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Is over-exposure preferable than under-exposure? Ask Question. Asked 7 years, 6 months ago. Active 7 years, 6 months ago. Viewed 6k times. Itai L84 L84 2, 9 9 gold badges 42 42 silver badges 65 65 bronze badges. Nix Nix 1 1 silver badge 3 3 bronze badges. Welcome to Photography. Nice answer. Itai Itai There's confusion about the term "overexposure", to me it means detail is clipped in the highlights, whereas some people refer to any exposure which is brighter than intended to be overexposure.
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Do you understand the difference between presence, visibility and overexposure? Have you figured out how to apply the laws of scarcity to brand management? If not, then this post is for you. While a brand without exposure is not much of a brand, I consistently find that brand exposure is an aspect of brand management that is all too often overlooked as a success metric.
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They pay attention to the both the frequency and reach of their exposure. While you might not detect brand taints associated with overexposure in the short-term, this principle holds true across most genres over time. The same holds true with authors that release books with too high a frequency, or actors that churn out too many movies. You may also notice that politicians who confuse their real job with that of a media celebrity will lose the respect of their constituency and taint their effectiveness.
Please keep in mind that the personal brands of business people are not immune to the phenomenon mentioned above. If no real interaction, no real value add, or no real engagement takes place, then while you might have a lot of contacts you likely have very few relationships — there is a difference. Productivity links said: n2growth.
Thanks for the comment. For what it's worth, I think you do a great job of both. I'm a big fan of what you do. Thanks for stopping by Scott. I applaud your comments in the last paragraph. Social media makes it all too easy to fall into the over-exposure mode.
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And then the cynic in me emerges. We have all been the victim of somebody's saved up tweets-all blasting out at one time. Why do these people think I'll read tweet after tweet after tweet. It's like verbal diarrhea. So you are right on. Manage your brand judiciously. If you are going to say something, make it worth reading and listening to. Otherwise, it's just alot of noise. And there is enough of that around already. Thanks for the comment with which I obviously concur.
I also appreciate the kind words. Thanks Deborah. Great post Mike and especially to many of us who have not experienced a great level of success or notoriety. Many of us are victims of our own over-branding and actually have little to offer. Only the mature and those who have a measure of success truly learn the niche to proper branding.
Most of us have mismanaged ourselves and have become victims of our own undoings. I can say this has happened to me due to my own selfish ambition and lack of experience. Time and reality has zapped me into a better perspective, but at times I still over-tweet or something similar thinking I have something significant to say. I enjoy reading your blogs because they offer insight that unlocks truth.