Exposure Compensation Black N White.

Started Aug 31, 2012 | Discussions thread
Charles Pike
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Re: Exposure Compensation Black N White.
In reply to JonhC5, Sep 1, 2012

I set my camera to show blinkies, so I know what area of a photo will record no detail. If the area is important then I go minus on the exposure compenstation, until the blinkie goes away. You really need to shoot raw, if you are not already doing that. I no longer use CS, but have moved to Light Room and you can play with the exposure using sliders in the program. As far as conversion, I use Nik software, silver efex pro 2. you can do a search on this site to see how others are using it. I come from a background in film, and many of the tools that we used with our film cameras can be copied using this software, such as many different types of b&w film and using colored filters.
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