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I'm a newcomer to digital photography, but I sure like my little Sony T 300. It's the size of a pack of cards and will do most of the things you need a whole camera bag full of film camera equipment to do. However I can't set the exposure manually, or at least I haven't figured out how to do it, and I need to do something like this to get the proper illumination on the face of a backlit subject. With manual settings I take an incident light reading and set the camera accordingly. Has anyone figured out how to do backlit subjects with a fully auto exposure camera, or somehow get good detail on the face of a backlit subject?