Please see the Introduction to ETTR.
The camera indicated that +0 was the best exposure, which is most definitely is not. Exposures of -0.5, +0, +0.5, +1.0, +1.5 stops were made.
These histograms are after RAW conversion into 16-bit ProPhotoRGB.
- The first row of histograms shows an ETTR in-camera exposure sequence.
- The second row of histograms shows the same images, but with push or pull to achieve the same exposure.
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