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dosrios

Seattle, US
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dosrios Registered since 17th Dec 2011
Thu 03-Jan-13 04:35 PM

I just finished reading Peterson’s Understanding Exposure - a great reference. Peterson recommends shooting an additional shoot at -2/3 EV saying it frequently produces a better photo (better contrast and saturation) than what the meter recommends. Has anyone found this to be true with a D90? I can possibly see this in high contrast situations, but would this be recommended for other situations?
Terry

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