Noise and ETTR

Started Feb 6, 2014 | Questions thread
smithling Regular Member • Posts: 384
Re: Noise and ETTR

Bob Tullis wrote:

It's best to 'debate' such practices with photographic examples, to insure all parties are referencing the same type of scenes with contrary positions. Otherwise. . .

Yup. There are certainly scenes where ETTR can yield better SNR. However, because of the ETTR drum banging, we have (as I have seen) folks with a modern camera running around in the day time making a fuss about ETTR. Silly!

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