Subject: Re: Exposure to the right and tone placement
--> However, when the gamma curve is applied, the proportion of levels in the brightest stop is reduced to 27%:
1.) Raw conversion almost invariably involves more complex mapping than a simple gamma curve.
2.) More importantly, those highlight bits don't just get thrown away. We darken them to make what the camera captured better resemble what our eyes saw. But if we fail to capture those bits by underexposing, we can't use them.
-->Highlight tones can also be lost by clipping and non-linearity;
We call that overexposure!
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