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"Permanent" Exposure Compensation Adjustment

Carney2

Allentown, US
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Sun 16-Dec-12 05:45 PM | edited Sun 16-Dec-12 05:46 PM by Carney2

Within the past hour or so I set my D700 Exposure Compensation to -0.3 with the intention of leaving it there for the foreseeable future or maybe even going to a higher negative setting in the future. I've noticed that I am constantly forced to "darken" my exposures in post processing. I know, I know, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, we all see things differently, my D700 is not your D700 and it may be "misbehaving" a bit after months and years of use and jostling (but never abuse).

Anyway, I'm just wondering how many of you have made similar "permanent" Exposure Compensation adjustments (either direction) and why.

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