I heard that RAW Data is not the rendered data, which means it can’t be influenced by white balance, saturation, and all other settings.
I believe that “RAW Data” is influenced by the intensity of light but not the color (colors can be altered later as they are not the part of “RAW Data”)
Which means “RAW Data” can be influenced by “Exposure Compensation”
Now my question is, if the camera can show histogram which is rendered which means already influenced by color and other settings, then how can we decide correct level of light intensity (Exposure) which is relevant for RAW shoot (RAW Data) based on this camera Histogram (JPEG Histogram)
What Approach we will use to analysis camera Histogram (JPEG Histogram) for taking decision for RAW Shoot ?
There are 5 types of Camera Histogram (JPEG Histogram)
- Luminosity (Light),
- RGB (composite Light),
Do we use Camera histogram - “Luminosity (Light) histogram” and “RGB (composite Light) histogram” out of 5 histograms for RAW Data exposure analysis purpose as this gives a rough idea of exposure level which is actually required for RAW Data Shoot ?
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What approach (things we do/any setting in camera?) while shooting in RAW to decide correct exposure and our Camera/JPEG Histogram shows the nearest graph for RAW ?
Please tell me in very easy layman language example : so and so setting name/terminology what camera manufacturer used as I will be searching those terms in manual to do settings you can take base as Sony A6500 or Panasonic G9