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    Default How to study the histogram review in cam?

    how to see if I had a properly exposed shot in my histogram review in the digicam?
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    More information regarding the histogram can be found here:

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tu...stograms.shtml

    Simply speaking, the entire dynamic range is separated into five zones: darkest to brightest. To ensure that no details are lost due to under/over-exposure, try to keep the histogram away from the first and last column.

    Hope the info helps.

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    Since this is an oft-ask question, can it become a sticky or a thread for the newbies containing this URL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tert
    More information regarding the histogram can be found here:

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tu...stograms.shtml

    Simply speaking, the entire dynamic range is separated into five zones: darkest to brightest. To ensure that no details are lost due to under/over-exposure, try to keep the histogram away from the first and last column.

    Hope the info helps.
    THanks man!
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