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How To Talk To A Photographer, Pt. 35

Most of my jobs include shooting in what appears to the camera as low light. For this reason I am nearly always experimenting with different exposure settings trying to keep the ISO as low as I can while still getting enough detail to reveal in developing.

That's a key element of much photography; knowing what you can capture in the digital depths of your sensor, unseen in the JPEG preview, that can be successfully revealed by your developing software.

The modern DSLR captures a ton of detail. This image was shot at ISO 1000 in very soft hotel lobby lighting.

The shot includes TWO people. The left side is before developing.



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