Subject: Re: Exposure to the right and tone placement
On the other hand, using the in-camera Histogram is a pretty safe bet
when judging highlight clipping, as it is based on the JPG... (More data
available in RAW).
Of course, if the histogram shows clipping, the raw data will also have clipping. However, the reverse is not true: the camera histogram may show clipping when there is none and you will not be exposing as far to the right as possible. That might be good enough for most of us, but I think that Jeff Schewe said that the difference could be 1/2 to 1 stop.
I think this is a pretty simple issue, really.
It is, but achieving the intended results is not so easy. All Michael Jordan did was to get the ball into the hoop!
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