Last Thursday and Friday I photographed the performers in the Music & Comedy Show in Homewood at Plum Creek. It turned out to be more work that I expected as I had to use two cameras with different zoom lenses interchangeably and when I looked at the images on my computer afterwards I discovered that one of the cameras exposed the files differently. I was able to change them with adjustments in Lightroom.
Later I discovered what might have been the cause, but I don’t know why. The raw files on the Fuji X-Pro2 made with auto dynamic adjustments were much darker. The jpeg files were fine and were the reason that I never noticed the problem when I reviewed the images on the LCD during the session. I have since changed my camera settings and test images seem to be OK now with both jpeg and raw files showing similar exposures. I hope that solves the problem since I have another event to use the cameras for this coming Friday.