Getting best Dynamic Range with OMD.

Started Jan 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
texinwien Veteran Member • Posts: 3,326
For Example

First, the OOC RAW, with 2.33 EV of positive exposure compensation dialed in (using the blinkies to ETTR). I could have added another 1/3 to 1 EV of exposure comp to this one without blowing any highlights.

Note: I made a mistake when I took this photo - I should have dialed ISO down to 200 before boosting exposure compensation. It would have been better to shoot at 200 ISO with 1/3 EV positive exposure compensation, but the resulting file works well as an example of ETTR.

OOC RAW (I cropped it, that's all)

Here's the same file after processing in LightRoom 4.3:

After processing in LR 4.3. No blown highlights.

My advice would be to test your old techniques. If you're applying 45-year-old techniques to brand-new technology, you may be unnecessarily hobbling your new technology and not taking full advantage of its capabilities, gaining little-to-nothing in return.


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