I have changed my mind.

Started Mar 23, 2008 | Discussions thread
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Re: Hmmmm . . .

Mike Worley wrote:

Found that I consistently had to dial in -.7 or more of
compensation so as not to blow the red channel (at least as far as
ACR is concerned).

The result was images that were too dark and that I have not been
sufficiently excited about to try to fix.

Maybe I should give Capture a whirl. Or just photograph green stuff.

I distinctly remeber a post from you years ago where you said you never bothered to go out in sunshine and only shot with overcast skies, where I like nothing better than blazing sunshine with a cristal clear atmosphere

Forget the 'highlight tools' and whatnot. If the light is hard, just accept that the shadows wil be very dark and change composition accordingly. In other words, different types of light, different types of photos. In images, this is what I mean:

Hope this makes sense.

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