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| p.2 #12 · Final Thoughts - Golden Light, Whites - PP Woos..... |
A nice set Lil.
Of the first four, 3 seems to have the most detail in both the whites and blacks, (DR).
In the next group, 6 has the most DR.
And in the last group, it's 9.
appreciate your feedback
Just being clear, there are many times when absolute black (0) and pure white (255) are necessary in photos, only when you are trying to recover an area that has been lost and you would like to show detail is where the action comes in play, and shows you if you are out of the range 5-250 RBG. Matter a fact! in most of my photos I always include an area that is 255 black (black point), this helps for better contrast and POP! in the image. If I'm showing the detail feathers of a white egret such as you have shown in #3 image, I feel its best to keep these areas at or below 250 RBG.
With all of this being said, you will get several views depending on the persons eye and more importantly the calibration of monitor they are looking and viewing the image on.
Observe the chart below:
On the top bar at the left, If you cannot see different shades of black at positions 0, 1 and 2...
at the bottom right... different shades of white at 2, 1 and 0
It's time to calibrate your monitor!!!
Thanks for the feedback Chad
as for the chart - - my monitor passes the test with flying colors
Enjoyed your test - However, the first time I scored, didn't agree with anyone - Then, I woke up and used the numbers that you posted - Much better - My choices were 3 - 6 - 9 -
Thanks for the fun -
I think sometimes we need to "mull things over"
Glad you enjoyed