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Instant Photo Tip! Improve Images Now!
Posted: 01/04/2011, 12:07:26 PM
I had heard about it but newer really tried it out seriously, you have encouraged me to give it a try!
L IS macro
Canon 400mm f5,,6
Posted: 01/04/2011, 12:35:03 PM
Nice tip, I will surely give it a try someday.
I am currently using Canon gear.
Posted: 01/04/2011, 12:39:12 PM
Thanks for sharing.
professional scanner Nikon Super Cool Scan 9000 ED, tripod, Elinchrom...
Posted: 01/04/2011, 13:34:48 PM
Thanks for the info.
Canon EOS 70D
Posted: 01/04/2011, 17:08:37 PM
I'll try, thank ypu for the tip!
Posted: 01/05/2011, 04:11:38 AM
Thanx for sharing!
Posted: 01/05/2011, 05:00:07 AM
Thanks for the info...
Canon Cameras and Lenses...:)
Posted: 01/05/2011, 07:21:08 AM
Thanks for sharing....
- Nikkor 70-300 mm - Nikkor 18-105 mm...
Posted: 01/05/2011, 10:44:33 AM
Posted: 01/05/2011, 12:46:36 PM
Thanks for sharing, i will try!
equipment- Visatec Solo Three Monolight Kit, Speedlight-Nikon SB-800,...
Posted: 01/05/2011, 18:59:16 PM
It is usually true, but the best is still look at the histogram of the image and adjust the exposure accordingly, take the image in RAW and later use curves to darken the blacks.
Canon EF 70-300mm IS/USM f/4-5.6
Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM/Macro
Posted: 02/23/2012, 19:42:56 PM
I was just getting ready to post the same thing as Afagundes. Best to shoot according to the histogram (and even OVEREXPOSE if you shoot RAW) and adjust in post processing. The reason to overexpose is there is LESS detail in the darker shades and you cannot get those back! If you overexpose, even bumping your ISO to do so, you'll have less noise! Just use careful as you don't want to overexpose whites too much and loose all detail, but again, RAW helps a ton with that.
Darker does make the colors look richer, but simply adjusting in PP (as with the curves, or other ways) can bring that out without the loss of detail or the added noise.
D700, 14-24mm, 24-70mm 2.8, 70-200mm VRII, 50mm 1.4, 105mm Macro
Posted: 02/24/2012, 14:25:34 PM