Why ETTR?

Started Dec 20, 2013 | Questions thread
Vesku
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Re: Why ETTR?
In reply to RedFox88, Dec 21, 2013

In practice at dim light it is always a compromise:

As much light to sensor as possible

vs

as high shutter as possible to prevent shake

vs

as low iso as possible.

Add ETTR to this equation and things becames complex.

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