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| p.1 #5 · p.1 #5 · 5Dii question- pictures coming out very dark |
Post some examples with EXIF information still in the image file so that we can see things like shutterspeed, aperture, ISO, lens, shooting mode, metering mode, etc. That means: resize and just Save or Save As. Do not Save For The Web, unless you explicitly checkmark a box that says Keep EXIF Info.
Yesterday I took a photo outside where the metering bar said perfect, yet when I saw it on the screen after and then on my computer, I had to adjust the brightness.
Post some examples, with the EXIF intact. Your monitor might be too dark, possibly.
Seems the only way that I get the correct exposure is by over exposing the image. It just seems really strange that even at f2.8 and 1/60 I still have to bump the ISO up to take a photo in a well lit office, and even then the photo needs to be lightened up in DPP.
f/2.8 1/60 at ISO 400 or 800 is common in offices.
Post some examples with EXIF intact.