Portrait and auto ISO to 1600 test on D5100

Started Feb 14, 2013 | Discussions thread
pavi1 Veteran Member • Posts: 6,852
Re: Portrait and auto ISO to 1600 test on D5100

Pedro Freitas wrote:

You are right. Because i didn't want to use the flash (internal flash is harsh) and the lens kit do not permit to shot below F5.0 the show went underexposed, i corrected things in LR4 but i guess is not the best thing to do in noise department.

Thanks for the tip.

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Sometimes it is just not possible to expose to the right and I just have to live with it. Anytime possible, high ISO, I expose a little brighter that I want to final to be and then reduce. I get much less noise that way. With the D5100 you would probably be better to use 3200, expose bright and then reduce in post.

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