Underexposure or overexposure?It all depends the purpose of the pictures. If you just want to have some photos from your holiday or from a party with some friends, one tends to shoot in JPEG i.s.o. RAW. In many cases you would select a (semi-)auto setting. And typically you want to give it some extra EV push for snowy conditions and some less EV for taking a picture of your black cat in a dark brown sofa. Just for the reason not to end up with a grey cat in a grey sofa as the camera tends to level... continue reading
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There are two steps in making a HDR picture, namely the capture and the processing.Actually this is the same as with the making of all photographs, but there are differences for the creation of HDR pictures.I will talk about how I capture images for HDR in Part I, and talk about the processing in Part II.So firstly, in the capture, the question is, what scene or subject makes for a good HDR picture?To me this will be one in which the scene's dynamic range is wide, exceeding maybe 5... continue reading
HI guys!I'm back with a new tutorial! This time I'll explain the ins and outs of an often overlooked button on our camera: the EV compensation button. I explain what it is, how it works and when I use it.Check it out HERE.Have a great week!Yanik continue reading
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