Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
Her skin tones are just above middle gray, so it allows for the information from the other exposure to come thru...but not as much as in the darker background.
Right, so it's simply a case of determining the separation between that background and the grass - whether it's a stop or two, then expose accordingly? In this case, I would place the grass on middle grey or perhaps half a stop below, as not to obscure the face? I am talking about an in camera double exposure here.