Overexposing V Underexposing

Started Feb 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
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baobob
baobob Veteran Member • Posts: 7,222
Re: Expose to the Right vs DR Auto, DR200, DR400

As far as I can tell, the least biased settings are -2, not 0. -2 means no (or very little) of what the parameter is referring to. For example, sharpening -2 means no sharpening. It does not mean 'negative sharpening', i.e. blurring. Likewise for the other parameters.

I was talking about setting of highlights and shadows, not sharpening. For these two the neutral setting is 0, see the detailed menu not the Qmand also read the DR page of the DPR review of the Xpro1

-2 for shadows pushes shadows where -2 for highlights reduces highlights and 0 sttings correspond to the native tonal curve at a given DR setting

You are right for sharpening

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