Subject: Re: raw 3.1 professional custom profiles for highend digital cameras
And, that is really the whole point of this recent discussion, that the "correct exposure" for digital is _DIFFERENT_ than for film-any way you look at it. That "under exposing" 1/2 stop (like was a habit in chrome shooting) or a full stop (if you follow the overley conservative highlight warnings of cameras) is the real waste with raw digital captures.
Also, the point that using light meters, either handheld or in camera, needs a different interptitation with digital than film because what the exposure will mean to the medium is different between film and digital.
I would also point out that the way Photoshop handles 16/15+1 is _NOT_ nitpicking as this is a rather confusing issue-particularly for those who do work in 16 bit and use color samplers.
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