Hello all, I've been photographing landscapes for a while and recently I decided to also photography people and I found out that getting the right exposure is harder than with landscape because you are dealing with foreground and background. When I was trusting my camera metering.. shooting in 0EV most of my photos came out underexposed, the subject came out very dark and I had to fix in LR later.. then after research and reading more about portrait photography I started to shoot manual and overexpose the shot by 2/3 to 1 or even higher than a full stop in some situations. I get correct exposure for the subject and bright overexposed background especially during the day and under a sunny day. I could use a flash to fill in light and get a better exposed background but I'm not a big fan of flashes.. What about you guys? Do you also overexpose for portrait? is it really a good idea or should I trust the metering and just fix in post? is there a rule here I should follow to get better quality portraits? I now shooting in the magic hour is the best, but sometimes you just have to go with what you have.. I shoot Portrait on a Canon 6D, I have a Canon 85mm 1.8 and 24-105L F4 for wider shots..