Tracy Eldridge

I noticed that I had one picture taken at 200 mm focal length at f/4.8, 1/60 sec., and ISO of 6400 which was under exposed.  I was across the room and still had to crop the picture significantly to get this image even though it was taken at 200 mm at the end of the zoom range.  In addition to the crop, I boosted the exposure by +1.34 in LR5.  This was the only picture that I had to experiment on relative to the reference I made in the previous article about trying to under expose and boost the image in LR5.  It isn’t quite the same thing I talked about previously but it gave me an opportunity to see how well the images boost noise-free in LR5.  I also thought I would show you it in both color and B&W.  I also tried a slightly different approach on the B&W image.