Studio NX saves Yosemite Falls from Exposure Hell

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NikonMan09 Regular Member • Posts: 492
Studio NX saves Yosemite Falls from Exposure Hell

Prior to our viewing and photography of Horsetail Falls, we went for a "walk around the park" in Yosemite Valley and enjoyed taking snaps of the scenes.

I took this shot of Yosemite Falls where I was careless with my exposure compensation and got a strongly underexposed shot:

In Studio NX (formely Capture NX-D), I was able to easily correct the exposure hell in this image by changing the Active D-Lighting (ADL) from None to High:

I like this PP corrected exposure.  I have found that images from the D7500 often correct very well for exposure mishaps by this method.

Wishing all avoidance of exposure hell!

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Shot Minolta SLR/DSLR and Sony DSLR 1978-2008. Switched to Nikon in 2009.

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