Exposure

Started 10 months ago | Questions thread
VertigonA380
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Re: Exposure
In reply to samjstern, 10 months ago

That link itself says:

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  • Maximizes the number of tones recorded.
    Note: many recent digital SLR cameras have RAW files which record tones with 14-bit precision, so this is less of a factor than it used to be. It is highly unlikely that a RAW image will have insufficient tones (and become posterized) as long as it isn't grossly underexposed.

The OP is talking about low light, and exposing to the right is the right way in low light with RAW. If in doubt take an identical picture with different exposures and then pull out the shadows in PP. Crop in for noise and it will leave you with no doubt.

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