Subject: Re: Exposure to the right and tone placement
One of the most important things I've learned is that slight overexposure
is WAY better than undersposure
The key here is slight. However, if the highlights are completely blown, all information is lost and, as you say below, the highlights contain the vast majority of the image information.
In his book "Real World Camera RAW With Adobe Photoshop CS2," Bruce Fraser
explains it pretty clearly. The vast majority of the image information
is in the highlights with the kind of curve that RAW files have (linear).
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