Finally, a D300 Near UniWB JPEG

Started Apr 3, 2008 | Discussions thread
GaborSch Veteran Member • Posts: 7,203
From the official explanation:

Put your camera in manual focus mode (just for the test shot), and put the ExpoDisc over the front lens. Point the camera at the dominant light source and take a picture. So, if you're in a room where the dominant source is an open window, point the camera at the window. If the dominant light source is overhead lighting, then point the camera in that direction.

Once you take the picture, it will record a gray image that you can review on your LCD

The Expodisc is basically a white object, the difference between using this and the usual white/grey object is, that you don't photograph the reflected but the transmitted light. Therefor you direct the camera towards the light source, not towards your scenery.

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