1. Benoit Girard says

    That guy did a good comparison between the gfx and the d850. The result seem to show you can have 2 more stop on gfx.

  2. Peter de Jong - Raziëls nl says

    Wow, you are talking about Nikon mirror less…..

  3. TheSharperCoder Blog says

    I get it, expose to the right. Sensor saturation. But, what about when you are pushing ISO into “saturation”, and higher noise levels? Is there a point when you need to expose more to the right than the left?

  4. Ulrich Schiel says

    You right! ETTR is the key that helps to get more sensor saturation.

  5. frank artale says

    Hello Ken, Frank here. You have stated that ISO is applied gain. In what respect, and how.
    Ex. In a non electric old fim camera
    How is ISO a gain ?
    This question may tell you how little i know. But i have an XT1 🙂

  6. Art, Design & Photo by Richi says

    It's very very logical Ken! I believe! Lol
    They also do that in professional film making as well.

  7. Photografia Australis says

    MMM..More good! Less bad….easy to remember.

  8. SUN maù says

    Thankyou 😊

  9. HaTu says

    No kickbacks off of actual tips and real advice. Thanks Ken! love you <3

  10. Blue Newt says

    Thanks again! As a student of fine art and painting ….very late in the game, retired, I keep an ongoing sketchbook of ideas, notes of info, concepts and of course sketches. Recently started a
    photography sketchbook for the same reason. And I grab it every time while watching your “inspirational” videos.

  11. D says

    I wouldn't really call ETTR a secret. Also some times you need to under expose to achieve the correct shutter speed when shutter speed is more important than sensor saturation then bring up the exposure in most. As an example with your photo, if it was windy and you wanted to freeze the motion in the trees then it would be beneficial to under expose to achieve the shutter speed required. Photography is so much more than pixel peeping and dynamic range.

  12. Troy Phillips says

    Thanks for another great info filled video. I have learned so much about photography from you . Big props brother as always.

  13. dunnymonster says

    It's like going to a restaurant with your significant other, the two meals plus drinks and tip will cost say $80. You know this because you've been before, you had the same meals and you know the prices haven't increased since your last visit. So you take just $80 in your wallet? No…you take perhaps $120, you know, to cover you even though you'll only spend $80. You can take $80 from $120 but you can't do it the other way round 😋

  14. Jim Kazalis says

    I am 72 years old and I worked in IT all my life. More information is always better.

  15. John Leftwich says

    Good video however for those who don't know how you need to discuss in detail how you saturate in your sensor.

  16. Dennis W says

    Still using Capture One? I bought it about a month ago. It is better than Lightroom once you get used to it.

  17. paTTTeo says

    Congratulations Ken, you are the first (as far as I know) who speaks about exposing to the Right rather than bluntly trusting the light-meter as do the you-tubers who "sell" the various gear they represent. More info on the right and then lower exposition to taste. Glad to hear it!

  18. Robert Gudramovics says

    Thanks for sharing your wisdom.
    Quick follow-up question. Say it's much brighter outside and I want to show the details of the grass in the shade, but don't want to blow out the highlights. Guess the only option is to take two shots, one correctly exposed, then one exposed for the shadows in the grass, while blowing out the whites. Then do HDR, or play with layers in Photoshop?

    Thanks again for all your videos.

  19. procrasti86 says

    soooooo basically expose to the right?

  20. Lysander Spooner says

    Ken, Looks like you improved your Production values! You leaned you to share your screen in video.

  21. Alex Shabotenko says

    I finally began to get it. "Let your sensor gather more light"… ouch! LOL

  22. James Cason says

    A nice sunrise/sunset could be a nice shot here.

  23. Rids Nepal says

    Its all about the histogram….which too many neglect…but is central..

  24. Alex Nikon says

    It’s actually a fairly good picture. I typed in “sensor saturation” in the YouTube search, and the only name I got was Theoria Apophasis. You have many videos devoted to sensor saturation – but no other photography YouTube channels mention this. I agree, that’s usually how I take the shot – I called it “exposing correctly” for the shot, and then darkening later. Of course, now I learned a new term “sensor saturation”. The evidence is right there when your editing – dark images made to look lighter tend to look too overblown or fake. While a lighter image made to look darker looks more natural and realistic. See, I’m learning something from watching your videos. 😀👌

  25. T K says

    Thank you for another great video

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