Chapter 8 – Fine Tuning Your Images

Different white balance presets. A. Auto White Balance. B. Tungsten. C. Florescent. D. Daylight. E. Cloudy. F. Shade.

Figure 57. Different white balance presets. A. Auto White Balance. B. Tungsten. C. Florescent. D. Daylight. E. Cloudy. F. Shade.

A. Monochrome style B. Black and white post-processing filter

Figure 58. A. Monochrome style B. Black and white post-processing filter

Representation of a snow capped mountain on a 25-pixel sensor

Figure 59. Representation of a snow capped mountain on a 25-pixel sensor

A. Example of black clipping: details lost in mountains. B. Example of highlight clipping: details lost in lamp.

Figure 60. A. Example of black clipping: details lost in mountains. B. Example of highlight clipping: details lost in lamp.

A. Exposed for the sky. B. Exposed for the Shadows

Figure 61. A. Exposed for the sky. B. Exposed for the Shadows

Dynamic range comparison for the human eye, a RAW image capture, and a JPEG image capture

Figure 62. Dynamic range comparison for the human eye, a RAW image capture, and a JPEG image capture

A. Correctly exposed in camera. B. Underexposed in camera. C. Attempted correction of RAW file. D. Attempted correction of JPEG.

Figure 63. A. Correctly exposed in camera. B. Underexposed in camera. C. Attempted correction of RAW file. D. Attempted correction of JPEG.

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