Subject: Re: Exposure to the right and tone placement
All this techie talk is very nice, if a little on the foreign side to me. I get lost past the inverse square stuff...
What I do know from experience is that if I shoot RAW I get much cleaner results in the shadow areas by taking shots with the histogram shunted as far to the right as it can go, without clipping anything that I don't want clipped, and then shunting it back to the left in post procesing to get the mid tones where I want them. Any further discussion is purely technical explanation of why this works so well...
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