Quote Originally Posted by Ornello
There is no such thing as 'correct' exposure (though there is such a thing as incorrect exposure). All exposures within reason are valid interpretations of a scene. I shot two Kodachromes at a public festival a few years ago, about two stops apart, of a Chinese woman. I like them both.
Perhaps I should be more specific: "correct" to me means the "exact exposure I wanted to make". Randomly firing at different exposures and later choosing the best one is not my style.

Call me a control freak if you like, but I want to make the interpretation before making my exposure, not after. If a modified BTZS exposure method helps, I'll use it.

Cheers,