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PostPosted: Tue Apr 14, 2009 3:58 am 
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Hi my Oly bodies, I have a question about Olympus "gradation". I know that the image will become brighter in "high key" and darker in "low key". But what is the difference between "high key" and ... for example "+ev2.0"? And, if we use center exposure to control the brightness, is it different from EV and gradation? Are they just different ways to achieve the same goal?

I heard some people say that gradation will change the dynamic range for your camera, but does that really different from the other two methods to change the brightness?

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I've always wanted to know what gradation does too!

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