We know the image has very few pure black areas, a lot of pure white areas, and is mostly composed of tones in the upper quarter--mostly bright and pure white.
That's either an overexposed low-key image, a normally exposed high-key image, or is an overexposed medium-key image.
We can tell that it has some saturated colors: there's no black areas according to Luminosity, but a lot of areas at the lower extreme in the color channels.
We still don't know if it's properly exposed from the histogram alone.
From the histogram and the image, we can say it's probably properly exposed
©2008 Kevin Connery
July 1, 2008