To ETTR or not to ETTR...?

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Chris Noble
Chris Noble Veteran Member • Posts: 3,156
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FingerPainter wrote:

Jeepit wrote:

FingerPainter wrote:

From the first article:

... this means that you should bias your exposure towards the highlights, and the right side of the histogram. But, it definately [sic] doesn't mean blowing the highlights. [emphasis in original]

Since you seem to have difficulty understanding the use of "bias" in this context, let me re-phrase this for you:

You should use the highest exposure that doesn't blow desired highlight detail.

Obviously, people usually want to do that without clipping things too much, and it's always a matter of trying to get a good balance,

If you want to give your opinion more exposure, put it in bold-faced italics. Add underlining and all caps as well: LIKE THIS. Then the reader can pull it back.

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