The best way to "learn from your mistakes"
Posted 19 January 2002 - 10:09 AM
Picture Information Extractor or PIE for short is the best program out there for reviewing your photographs and learning from them. Select a folder of photos: It lets you see a thumbnail of the photo, the shutter, exposure, zoom, flash information, etc about the shot.
Here is a link to their site:
This is how I learned that the Coolpix in Automatic mode uses low f-stop and high shutter for low light conditions. When in fact I wanted it to use a higher f-stop and lower shutter speed.
Try bracketting a shot, then go back to PIE when you get home and look at the different exposures.
It's a fantastic tool!!!!
Dual Ikelite Strobes
Photo site - www.reefpix.org
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