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Feb 15, 2018 16:56 |  #1

Hi folks, I took some shots indoors tonight just messing about with my cam bored, so I just shot a couple of sideboard ornamenets, I had underexposed them to see how they would be, I wasn't expecting anything from them when I saw how dark they were, anyway I experimented with them pulling up the darks by about 3 stops and yes lots of noise but that was easily dealt with in post.
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Feb 15, 2018 17:01 |  #2

And one more doing the same.

"Pulling/Pushing" get confused between the two - I just moved the histogram detail from the far left over to the middle, oh and did some detail cropping.

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Feb 15, 2018 17:27 |  #3

In the film days, 'pushing' was the film developing technique that increases the effective sensitivity of the film being processed; it is what you did when processing under exposed film, by leaving in developer for a longer time and/or by using a more active developer.

'Pulling' is what you did after overexposing film, by underprocessing to compensate


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Feb 15, 2018 17:42 |  #4

Wilt wrote in post #18564666 (external link)
In the film days, 'pushing' was the film developing technique that increases the effective sensitivity of the film being processed; it is what you did when processing under exposed film, by leaving in developer for a longer time and/or by using a more active developer.

'Pulling' is what you did after overexposing film, by underprocessing to compensate

Thanks for that, I was quite impressed with the lift I gave them, if I had tried that with the d7100 it would have been a banding feast.

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Feb 15, 2018 22:02 |  #5

Did you shoot raw or jpeg?


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Did you shoot raw or jpeg?


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