Subject: Re: Exposure to the right and tone placement
Now, if we just had a real-time histogram and/or highlight warning displayed
in the viewfinder.
However, as I understand it, one of the lessons of the thread is that if we want a histogram and highlight warning in the camera, the camera manufacturers are going to have to tell us more about exactly how the camera histogram and clipping are calculated. Can we understand and maybe adjust how the camera calculates the histogram? In which color space is the clipping calculated, since clipping in one color space doesn't mean clipping in another? Is the camera readout biased on the conservative end, contributing to underexposure? Can you set it up so that a certain image produces the same histogram in the camera and in Camera Raw? Unless we know enough about a camera's histogram, it might not be accurate enough for an "expose to the right" philosophy.
View All Messages in adobe.photoshop.camera.raw
Exposure to the right and tone placement =>
Copyright © 2006 WatermarkFactory.com. All Rights Reserved.