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How to read Histogram

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sent on August 01, 2019 (14:51)

You should be able to read the histogram for proper use. A histogram is a visual hint of a photographer.
The blacks are on the left, whites are on the right and mid-tones are between them.

Let's look at the histogram chart.

On the chart shows luminosity and RGB histograms. You see darks, shadows, midtones, highlights and white pixels on a graph. This is a visual chart of the number of pixels in your photo.

There are three histograms too. This is the RGB histogram. These graphs show the red, green, and blue pixels of your photo.

As a general rule, dark pixels are located to the left, and light to the right.


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