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"RE: Adjust Image Contrast In D100?"
What I mean by manual mode is Aperture, Shutter. I carefully watch the Electronic analog exposure display in the view finder. I make sure that I have the proper metering selected for the right picture/subject I'm trying to shoot.I've shot properly exposed in all kinds of light conditions. For instance this picture was shot only with the light of the candle http://meszar.us/photography/?picturetype=Miscellaneous&picturenumber=0004&picturepath=/photography/misc/pics/ and this one, http://meszar.us/photography/?picturetype=Still%20Life&picturenumber=0009&picturepath=/photography/stilllife/pics/ with some available light, a low wattage lamp about 1.5 feet away from it, an frontal SB-80DX flash dialed down -0.7EV and a mirror placed at a 45 degree angle behind it. The only modification it had was to remove a distant object which showed up in the mirror. And of course sharpening since I choose to sharpen in post processing.So I think the bottom line that we're saying here is that if one takes one's time to learn the camera, and work with the camera, you can get shots out of your camera that are pretty good.And yes, I do shoot RAW most of the time still b/c I still make mistakes :):) And yes, I'm still learning, every day.
Regards,Oscarhttp://meszar.photopoints.com (personal portfolio)http://www.photopoints.com (critiques, competitions, community, fun)