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Old December 1st, 2007, 09:58 AM
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I should have read the tutorial before opening my mouth....errr fingers.

True, you can't get data from something that isn't there, but you can convert it once to get the brighter areas exposed as you want, then again to expose the shadows for more detail. It does allow you to expand the dynamic range somewhat, but not as effectively as doing it from multiple shots in the camera.

This is always true -- You'll get better results when you do it right in the camera rather relying on "fixing" it later, whenever it's possible or feasible.

Nice job on the tutorial, btw.
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I should have read the tutorial before opening my mouth....errr fingers.
Been there - done that

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Nice job on the tutorial, btw.
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