Shoot Strabrechtse Heide
For that reason I use bracketing in such a situation. This means that you take three photos (with a tripod because they have to fit exactly over each other), one underexposed photo, one overexposed photo and one photo whose light measurement is average or optimal according to the camera. I blend these three photos into one photo, as it were. I do this completely manually because software can never do this perfectly.
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About the author
Kees van Dongen is a landscape photographer based in Helmond in the Netherlands.
He is involved in forest photography and gives workshops about photography and post-processing for photo editing.