I'm currently learning about the possible settings for my Nikon D5300 like D-lightning and WB and other scene modes and I don't see anywhere mentioned if those effects are permanently changing the way ...
I've just bought a Canon EOS 100D/SL1. I was looking at this comparison and I'm not fully happy: http://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/Compare/Side-by-side/Canon-EOS-100D-versus-Nikon-D3300___871_928 ...
Are the settings "Active D-Lighting, NR" in Nikon DSLR necessary evil or should this be turned off (managed through image editor)? What is the effect of this setting on processing time and battery ...
What are the main differences between these: HDR ( High Dynamic Range ) ADL (Active D-Lighting ) Multiple exposure Automatic Bracketing ( AE, White Balance, Active D-Lighting ) They look pretty ...
I'm using a Nikon D5000 and I think I get more noise using Active D-Lighting on Auto. If I turn it off, how can I simulate A D-Lighting in post processing? I shoot RAW.
[EDIT: The original main question here was "What is Highlight Tone Priority?" It turns out that Highlight Tone Priority, Active D-Lighting, D+, and Adaptive Dynamic Range all mean the same thing, so ...