Overexposing V Underexposing

Started Feb 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
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baobob
baobob Veteran Member • Posts: 7,222
Re: Overexposing V Underexposing

Sorry I get ^partly misunderstood

The ETTR method applies for RAW shooting

In my X100 and XP1 experience with around 10000 shots in JPEG DR 200 and 400 are very valuable tools for OOC JPEG with the settings for highlights and shadows set to -1 or -2

I mainly use the ETTR RAW method with my 5D2 that can be prone to produce noise in deep underexpose shadows

These methods are here, just try what is relevant in your type of photography

With the X series I don't use so often RAW even if I ALWAYS record RAW with JPEG "just in case"

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