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Audionut AETTR can brighten images too
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Audionut ETTR: Clarify that ETTR can also brighten images
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 ==== Exposure to the right (ETTR) ==== ==== Exposure to the right (ETTR) ====
  
-Automatic Exposure to the Right (ETTR or AETTR) is a technique of setting the exposure of a scene such that few or no pixels are are over exposed (blown out) thus maximizing the information captured without loosing information to over-exposure. This may produce a darker or brighter image, but this can be corrected later in post processing. The exposure curve is thus as far to the right as possible without it being clipped.+Automatic Exposure to the Right (ETTR or AETTR) is a technique of setting the exposure of a scene such that few or no pixels are are over exposed (blown out)thus maximizing the information captured without loosing information to over-exposure, and conversely, will also ensure where possible (without over-exposing) the image will be exposed to the right, or brightened to maximize image quality. This may produce a darker or brighter image, but this can be corrected later in post processing. The exposure curve is thus as far to the right as possible without it being clipped.
  
 For more information on ETTR, see the page [[ETTR|Auto Exposure to the Right]]. For more information on ETTR, see the page [[ETTR|Auto Exposure to the Right]].
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