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Hi -Does EV matter when you are shooting in RAW?I own an e-510 Olympus DLSR using the 14-54 lens. I understand ISO vs shutter speed but the EV has me confused. I leave my EV on 0 all the time. Keep in mind that I shoot RAW and edit my pictures in Lightroom. Is this correct or am I missing something with EV?Thanks and great article posting.-Larry
There is EV compensation and absolute EV at a particular ISO.EV comp indicates how many stops less or more than the camera's judgment you'd like to expose.EV @ ISO xxx is an absolute light level at a particular ISO. i.e. EV10 @ ISO100 is one stop darker than EV10@ISO200. However manufactures (and myself) like to use EV baselined to ISO100. See my photo cheat sheet to get an idea of what i'm on about.
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