That would be great. BTW, how much do you push to the right in your indoor sports shots?
Just a quick example. I totally overexposed this shot, because it was so damn dark down there and midcourt was so damn bright. Much easier and cleaner to bring down in post vs. underexposing and lifting:
can you show the unedited shot for reference
also i'm guessing you shot with the 1Dx which will be even better than the 5dmk3
Well, shoot yeah, that's right I did. I will grab the RAW file anyways, if I've got it, let me look.
With a 1Dx, on CWA, my meter reading typically reads anywhere from +1/3 to +1 EV. I keep it in that window, or try to. I've gone up as high as +1 2/3 and it still came out fine in post-processing, but was pretty bright. With older cams, I kept changing the ISO to keep it around 2/3, but with the 1Dx this isn't necessary if you have time to post-process because the RAW files are just so nice.
Thanks! I was guessing +1 EV. Was not sure about that. While shooting film on my AE1 I was "told" that EC needed to be -1/3 and that had to be compensated by setting the ISO appropriately - well I did, and magically most prints came out fine.
Little did I comprehend that "print" needs a whole second level of "adjustment"...
Hopefully tomorrow or the day after I will do a non-Einsteinian experiment...
Don't even attempt to ask...