is it really over/under exposed!!

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Participant , Jan 06, 2018 Jan 06, 2018
From my point of view yes .... If you notice the color of sharpener is changing from orange to red front to back. The pencil is glowing at bottom front and is dark at top. that is because of use of point source of light or camera flash. You may have purposely used point source  to generate a colorful object against a dark black background.  Neither the main object pencil is in focus nor the sharpeners front. something like a bunch of fallen hairs are lying against the sharpeners.

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From my point of view yes .... If you notice the color of sharpener is changing from orange to red front to back. The pencil is glowing at bottom front and is dark at top.

that is because of use of point source of light or camera flash. You may have purposely used point source  to generate a colorful object against a dark black background.  Neither the main object pencil is in focus nor the sharpeners front. something like a bunch of fallen hairs are lying against the sharpeners.

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