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Underexposed

Sober after years of living in the shadows, she find herself seeking just the right exposure to people, places and things

In photography, an image is underexposed when it hasn’t been exposed to light in a sufficient manner. The result is an image that is darker than it should be and the details are muddy (sometimes called crushed shadows). What a perfect summary for the way I was living for the twenty years I spent in my addiction: dark, insufficient, muddy, and crushed. 

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