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October 28, 2013

Nikon Capture NX2 Techniques: Active D-Lighting Use Example

There seems to be some confusion about the use of Active D-Lighting. As a reminder, Active D-Lighting (ADL) is a setting in the camera that is used for high contrast scenes. It potentially applies an exposure adjustment to reduce exposure, and applies a complex curve to brighten shadows while protecting highlights. Find out the best setttings, what implications are met in photo editing software, and more!

Posted by Ronny89 at October 28, 2013 11:57 AM

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