Exposure bracketing is for losers. Learn the art of zone system which can help you achieve correct exposures confidently.bcad84 said:oh ya... almost forget about the exposure bracketing... thanks man will go and try it out this weekends..
Izit? maybe you like to to re-visit your own thread, how come the digital zone system workshop didn't work out?photobum said:Mmmm.... Last time (about 1 year ago) I tried to explain the Zone System on CS and it seems like either nobody understand or nobody is interested. Therefore I just kept everything to myself (a very selfish act, I know).
Anyway, Zone System is almost a long-lost technique in photography, especially after digital photography came. If you are seriously interested, PM me.
Oh... you still remember the zone system workshop that I tried to organize about a year ago. Yes, it didn't work out because of personal time restrictions and commitments. I did try to explain its concept to a few individuals but it seems either they do understand (too chiem!) or lost interests. After all, not many people want to spend time previsualizing what they are photographing, thanks to the ease of previewing your shoots with today's digital cameras.catchlights said:Izit? maybe you like to to re-visit your own thread, how come the digital zone system workshop didn't work out?
No. My image is not "sharper" than yours. They are, in fact, the same. I did not apply any sharpening at all.bcad84 said:yup can see the red leave become sharper...