Why bother changing base ISO?

Started Jul 18, 2007 | Discussions thread
Muntz Contributing Member • Posts: 967
Re: Why bother changing base ISO?

Peter Dougenik wrote:

"And from what I've read, there should be more noise when an image is
"underexposed" and the "exposure" is bumped up in post processing
compared to "exposing" it correctly to begin with."

there's your answer right there. The best possibly image quality is
usually when you properly expose from the get go.

True, except that if you bump the iso the image is not properly exposed.

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