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posted by Neil Moralee alias Neil. Moralee on Monday 21st of October 2019 08:21:19 PM

Why blow-out happens You may have wondered why you get those blown out highlights, especially when you consider that you don’t see the world that way. When you’re walking around at mid-day, you don’t lose detail when you look at areas lit by the sun, or when you look at areas that fall into shadow. Your eyes are generally capable of adjusting to all of those changes in tonal value, which means that you don’t see blown out highlights with your eyes. But you do see it with your camera, and the reason why is because camera technology simply has not gotten to the point where it can emulate what we see with our eyes. Most cameras aren’t capable of capturing that full range of tones from black to white, otherwise known as “dynamic range,” especially when the sun is high and the conditions are clear. Dynamic range is measured in terms of EV, which stands for “exposure value.” You may have also heard this referred to as “stops.” Now, if you compare human eyes to the image sensors on most modern cameras, your eyes see roughly the equivalent of 10 to 14 stops of difference between shadow and highlight. The difference between our eyes and a camera, of course, is that our eyes are always making adjustments as we look around a scene, so this number may be a little low depending on your interpretation. But for the most part, that 10 to 14 stops is a whole lot better than most cameras. ----------------------------------------- Self portrait while testing multiple slave flash guns.

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