rambet

Joined on Jan 25, 2022

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  • Oh ok, I'm a Leo :-)  not sure what that means in terms of being helpful....lol :-)
  • I suspect part of the reason is that especially when it's raised in the Beginners Forum (I know this is Open Talk) there are a few members here passionate in correcting the common misconceptions ...
  • Not really sure what point you are trying to make here. The ND filter will of course affect the exposure and so would me putting my hand in front of the lens.
  • We'll just have to agree to disagree on this one :-) Good luck in trying to get the likes of bobn2, Iliah Borg, Fingerpainter, Michaal Fryd and others to agree with you.
  • Then you should be more specific when you make blanket statements because it isn't true with digital ;-) I have never shot with film. So what? I never said you did. I disagree. It could be a useful ...
  • which means the ND filter affects the exposure (amount of light that hits the sensor per unit area)
  • Which is exactly what I said given the definition of exposure I posted :-) "Scene luminance, aperture and shutter speed affect the exposure" is totally correct. Nonsense. The sensor does not ...
  • Yes, I adjusted the image lightness by raising ISO without altering the exposure at all.
  • No problem but I am just saying why I am not convinced you know because you are incorrectly using exposure and lightness interchangeably and you still have not posted how you define "correct ...
  • No problem and thank you for your thoughts :-)
  • Well.......... 'per unit area' is used in many definitions actually :-) Just two common practical examples - 1. Population density - the number of people per unit area. For example, 1000 people per ...
  • Isn't that pretty much saying exposure is the amount of light that falls on the sensor per unit area? That definition is consistent with - altering ISO while keeping the scene luminance, aperture ...
  • I have never shot with film and I see you haven't come up with quotes of anything I have said that in your opinion is not correct.
  • I defined "correct exposure" in my post where I said - "For my needs and purposes the correct exposure is the largest exposure that meets my DOF and blur requirements without clipping important ...
  • Which sentences in any of my posts in this thread are you saying are not totally correct?
  • Many here, including me, will disagree. Exposure is simply the amount of light that falls on the sensor per unit area :-) Scene luminance, aperture and shutter speed affect the exposure.
  • You are using exposure and image lightness interchangeably in your posts which is not correct to do and so you are getting yourself in a real muddle. You can lighten or darken an image without ...
  • If someone believes in something and or teaches it then they are supporting it. I disagree. How are you defining the word exposure when you say "correct exposure"? I am speaking on behalf of myself. ...
  • If people support the exposure triangle then they should first define what "exposure" is when they say "Exposure Triangle" if they want to be taken seriously. Otherwise they have little ...
  • If you shoot raw then life becomes easier because the camera's WB setting is not applied to the raw data. The setting is stored as a tag in the exif which raw converters can then use as a starting ...
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