/ NEW ARTICLE: VIDEO: Let There Be Light - Photography Instruction
As well as this video, Kamil has produced a long article on his website, with further information.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=5133
If he means the display, then how do you ensure that the LCD brightness is correctly adjusted? For example, if the display is set up too dull then all images shown on it will appear underexposed, even if they are perhaps ok or overexposed.
This is a problem that I've always had in shots in the daylight, but have learned to use the histogram instead of the LCD for this. Can you use the histogram succesfully at night as well?
I love you photos on UKC and we are lucky to have such a talented photographer posting on this site.
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