There is one optimum exposure in digital photography – it is exposing the brightest part of your scene to be 99% brightness in your processing software… the OneZone™ . In this book, Bob will define The Optimum Exposure: its Benefits and exposure Methods to achieve it. He will explain why the “final” exposure happens in the software, not in the camera!
There are many reasons for photographers to capture optimum digital exposure. The ultimate goal is to achieve their Artistic Vision. However, there are many practical benefits for capturing all the scene’s data:
…Less Noise; Sharper Images, More Tonal Data, Less Digital Processing Artifacts.
Bob will also discuss:
- 3 Types of Camera Exposure;
- Determine the Optimum Exposure for “Your” Camera’s Sensor
- What Do Your Camera “Blinkies” Tell You
- Exposures at 10,000+ ISOs