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    Question A75, looks gd in LCD but actually...

    hi everyone,
    don't know if any of you people are facing this problem. But alot of photos that i take on my A75 turns out very well on my LCD screen but when i import it into my computer, it becomes very dark.
    Anyone knows why this is happening ? thanks


    Regards

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    i'm using a 300d. if i set my LCD brightness to max, i realise i tend to end up with more underexposed shots if i were to gauge it from the screen. wat i do is to set the brightness lower, usually 3 out of 5 bars, it's ok.
    Canon 300D, 30D, 5D. 17-40 f4 L, 24-105 f4 L, 70-200 f2.8 L IS

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    use the historgram on the camera for gauging brightness. LCD is usually too bright and to the inexperienced, every image will appear properly exposed.

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    yup...histogram is the most useful....

    but if u juz adjust the curves on say eveything u take then should be ok lo haa...

    cheers....

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    the lcd should be used to check composition and minor nuances. exposure is not one of them. rely on solid photographic principles to get correct exposure, the same way a film photographer would make his shots.

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    My A75 is perfect.

    Check your LCD brighteness and Exposure compensation?

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    lcd brightness i agree... not exposure compensation because this will show on the lcd according to the level of compensation and will effect itself on the monitor too...

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    hmm... so how do i read the histogram?

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