Should Proper Zebra Level Look Overexposed in the Monitor?

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OP rdbot Regular Member • Posts: 167
Re: Should Proper Zebra Level Look Overexposed in the Monitor?

thanks to both of you, but I'm not sure i understand what you are suggesting to do, or not do. And still not sure if looking washed out on the monitor is correct or not, having set my zebras to 95%.

I tried as well to expose skintones to 70% +1, but when zebras finally appeared on skin town, the picture looked very washed out... I wound up just eyeballing it to look ok on monitor, maybe a tiny bit more exposure, but seems exposing for skin at 70% and sky or anything else at 95% looks washed out.

That said, it does look better on my mac, maybe a little washed out but probably would look good w/ a little grading.

So I'm still confused if I'm doing it right or wrong.

What do you suggest the workflow should be?

R

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