Stupid question (probably)

Started Feb 19, 2014 | Questions thread
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Mark Scott Abeln
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Better a stupid question than an stupid answer
In reply to hoakin1981, Feb 19, 2014

You might want to check the T-Stops of the two lenses — their actual light transmission — and adjust accordingly.

Also, with digital you expose for the highlights and adjust the shadows in post processing, while with film you expose for the shadows and adjust for the highlights.

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