On the dynamic range of RAW...

Started Nov 30, 2004 | Discussions thread
Michael Meissner
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Re: I actually thought it was clear. :)

Jared Hunter wrote:

This is true about motion, but to be honest, most situations where
dynamic range is an issue (or where precise exposure matters enough
to the photographer) IS when the subject is static. It is rare to
see a dynamic range example using a non-static subject.

I dunno. The case that comes to mind is weddings with the brides white dress and groom's black tux. I don't know about the weddings you attend, but except for the boring posed pictures, no wedding I've been to has been static.

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