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Old 11-07-2006, 12:41 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by handmemyarms View Post
i cant tell the difference between the before and after shot on #6 backround

is it just me????
Look for the light pole.

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Originally Posted by ///ACS-3 View Post
The histogram graph consists of all the pixels in your picture, from the darkest to the brightest. The left side of the histogram depicts how many "dark" pixels you have captured; the right side, how many "bright" pixels you have captured.

Picture is too dark (underexposed):


Picture is not too dark and not too bright (correctly exposed) - "good" histogram:


Picture is too bright (overexposed):
Thanks. The reason I ask is because I was told that is better to read the histogram instead of looking at the pic on the camera LCD for picture quality. The LCD display is not accurate since it is affected by ambient light.
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