Portrait and auto ISO to 1600 test on D5100

Started Feb 14, 2013 | Discussions thread
sshoihet Senior Member • Posts: 2,582
Re: Portrait and auto ISO to 1600 test on D5100

pavi1 wrote:

Did you by any chance under expose and push in post?

It is better to expose bright and then reduce in post, the opposite will always induce noise that then must be dealt with.

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That is only true at base ISO.  That sensor is basically isoless, you don't lose anything by underexposing and pushing in post and that is a better method if you have highlights you need to protect. This assumes that you are shooting raw.

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