"Crop-ability" of images?

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Verkku Regular Member • Posts: 247
Re: Exposure vs Exposure
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Dennis wrote:

john isaacs wrote:

His definition is useless. His insistence is futile.

Funny, before reading about equivalence and exposure in dpreview threads a few years ago, I shared the misconceptions that "f/2.8 is f/2.8" and exposure is the sum of all the "exposure settings". Bobn2 and GB straightened me out. Now, I tend to expose to the right when possible. I ended up switching (actually, quite a few years ago) from a camera that did not offer Auto ISO in M to one that does, because that makes it easier to ensure I'm maximizing exposure in low light. I set shutter speed and f-stop to maximize exposure (always subject to various constraints) and let the camera calculate the ISO to brighten the image according to however I've metered it (metering is still important to avoid blown highlights). I could, at that point, shoot at base ISO and brighten in post processing, but that's now a workflow that interests me (and I want a usable preview image in the camera).

It's a simple, basic concept that has resulted in an improvement in certain aspects of some of my photos.

It's a shame that so many people are so adamantly against the spread of knowledge .

- Dennis
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i share your learning and changing my process. Sad that some do not want to learn simple facts. I am grateful that Bob and Iliah are sharing there knowledge

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