Subject: Re: Exposure to the right and tone placement
For the purposes of this discussion, "overexposure" means blowing highlights you didn't want to blow, and "correct exposure" means holding exactly the highlight detail you wanted to keep. In terms of what the camera meter tells you, that may well translate to systematic overexposure, but that's because the meter isn't well-suited to digital because it's calibrated to 12% reflectance, which is all the way down at the 12% level in a linear capture.
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