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Thread: Yeah...most of my shots are not underexposed!

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    Cool Yeah...most of my shots are not underexposed!

    For the past few months, I've this thinking that most of my shots will turn out underexposed. I sent my film scanner for service and Canon S'pore concluded there's nothing wrong...I even considered getting a LCD monitor to replace my aging monitor in a desperate bid to ' improve' my image...

    Until yesterday, thanks to YS' tip-off, I spent S$490 to learn that most of my used to underexposed shots are okay exposed! Phew!

    Yes, this is an ego thread...so I just wanna say YEA...

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    so your $490 was spent on what exactly?

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    To hire a panel of judges to determine whether his shots are underexposed or not.

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    Originally posted by ziploc
    To hire a panel of judges to determine whether his shots are underexposed or not.
    A professional colour corrected, brightness corrected, 10 x 15" lightbox.

    Regards
    CK

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    might as well buy a 2nd hand Nikon Body with matrix metering

    I can tell whether exposure 'correct' with a $30 lightbox from Ruby...

    Originally posted by ckiang


    A professional colour corrected, brightness corrected, 10 x 15" lightbox.

    Regards
    CK
    Last edited by erwinx; 23rd May 2002 at 03:45 PM.

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    Originally posted by erwinx
    might as well buy a 2nd hand Nikon Body with matrix metering



    Excellent metering. Fooled by nothing except heavy backlight and snow.

    Regards
    CK

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    Default Colorvison Spyder?

    I am guessing Adam finally bought the Colorvision Spyder to calibrate his monitor ....

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    Originally posted by ckiang



    Excellent metering. Fooled by nothing except heavy backlight and snow.

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    CK
    And I'd go for a Minolta with 14-segment honeycomb metering

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