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ETTR at +1.5 exposure

Considerations for ETTR in the Studio or In the Field

You can’t lose by making an additional exposure.

When ETTR really helps

The following situations show even a low level of noise:

Subjects in which there is a great deal of detail help mask noise, but if one wishes to bring up the shadows, noise in dark areas can be very difficult to deal with— ETTR fixes that.

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