A critical tool in your development as a photographer is an understanding of, and the use of, the Histogram.
Chuck Haacker says…
“My background was all in analog (film). We had no histograms. We mostly eyeballed our pictures. I will freely confess that the first time I saw a histogram, I had no idea what it was or its value. For the longest time, I pretty much ignored them.
When I finally got some information on histograms, the blinders fell from my eyes. I not only realized the value of histograms in digital photography, but I also realized that they are simple to interpret once you understand them. They are an excellent tool at the point of exposure, and even more so in post-processing. They are equally useful whether you shoot JPEG or camera raw.”
The Histogram is a versatile and valuable tool for getting the very best out of nearly any picture.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this eBook:
- What is the Histogram?
- Interpreting the Histogram
- Histograms that are atypical
- What about the camera Histogram at the point of exposure?
- What about underexposure?
- Where is the Histogram most valuable in your workflow?
Remember: there is no such thing as an ideal Histogram. A Histogram must be interpreted based upon the photograph being viewed.
Learn all about it right now!
Photo Credit: Chuck Haacker
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