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04-30-2010, 05:32 PM   #16
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Scott Kelby talk about this in his book. I feel it's important were its over exposed and we can become better at taking photo. I am an amateur, I could decide further down to turn it off

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Is there a way to quickly toggle on and off highlight clipping? Sometimes it's very useful, sometimes not. The current method takes far too long.
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QuoteOriginally posted by glanglois Quote
Reminds me of the histogram: some find it helpful sometimes, some don't ever want to see one.

I use both aids - when they help me. I'm not experienced enough, I guess, to work without that guidance on occasion.
I use both of these exposure tools because I'm experienced ;-)
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I use both of these exposure tools because I'm experienced ;-)
Ding Ding Ding.....Winner.

I use both the histogram and highlighting. With the limited dynamic range of digital it really helps getting it right. Why not use the tools that you have to get the best exposure possible?

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QuoteOriginally posted by VaughnA Quote
Ding Ding Ding.....Winner.

I use both the histogram and highlighting. With the limited dynamic range of digital it really helps getting it right. Why not use the tools that you have to get the best exposure possible?
+10

Agree wholeheartedly. Both tools are very useful, and it was only after I learned enough to use them reliably that they became useful.
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Why not?



... very mature ...
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... very mature ...
Thank you.

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