Histogram~

This is a discussion on Histogram~ within the Post-Processing forums, part of the Photography Tips category; I did read the current thread on Histograms, but unforturnetaly I didn't get much out of it. However I did do some research on it ...


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    I did read the current thread on Histograms, but unforturnetaly I didn't get much out of it. However I did do some research on it and came up with some rather 'easy to understand' articles.

    Here is one that is well worth reading for the average photographer.

    Understanding Histograms

    Think the Histogram as an old light meter that will help you out with photos.

    Another interesting article was found here, by Ken Rockwell.

    He has another interesting discussion regarding Histograms.
    How to Use Histograms.

    These are articles that are informative and straightforward without being too technical.
    In the end I conclude with these authors that the Histogram is not the only thing we should look at when doing photography. In fact there are definite times to completely ignore it.
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    Thanks Val

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    Welcome!
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    A graphical display of data.

    The data is grouped in ranges (such as "40-49") and plotted as bars.

    Similar to a bar chart, but each bar represents a range of data.


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