“My camera has not enough dynamic range”
“The numbers on that and that review site suggest that many stops of the dynamic range, but I do not see it, my highlights are blown out, my shadows are noisy and blotchy”
Part of the problem is in how one sets the exposure. To set the exposure correctly it is good to know how the in-camera light meter works, and how it is calibrated. So, what is exposure meter calibration and why is it important?
Understanding of the exposure meter calibration determines the outcome of the exposure.
What does this mean? Well, let’s take a closer look.