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Recently 'The Luminous Landscape' featured an article on Expose To The Right or ETTR.

I tried this theory last Sunday afternoon while I was having a picnic at the Union buildings in Pretoria.

The gardens of the Union buildings is a popular venue for wedding photography.

I was in luck as I saw a white dress in the distance and quickly walked over to where all the wedding photographic activities were taking place.

Weddings are difficult to photograph, especially outside in full sun, as the combination of white dress & dark suit makes it difficult to capture detail & contrast in the highlight and the shadow areas.

This would be a good test to see if one can still hold the details in the all important white wedding gown, especially if the image was overexposed. The results was that the wedding dress was totally overexposed with no detail in the cloth.

The photograph was taken in full sunlight without flash.

Later in DPP, Canon's raw converter, I decreased the exposure by about .80 of a stop.

The result worked perfectly and most of the detail in the dress was now visible again.

Unfortunately my test didn't show the decrease in shadow noise as there was none visible to begin with.

But what it did show is that the camera could easily handle the 1 stop overexposure!

I had also recently bought the new Canon 70-300 L lens.

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