LAB 6: Histograms

1) High-key

Most of the pixels can be found on the right side of my histogram. If I were to print this, there would be no clipping, because there are no pixels on the far right touching the side of the histogram.

Most of the pixels can be found on the right side of my histogram. If I were to print this, there would be no clipping, because there are no pixels on the far right touching the side of the histogram.

1) Low-key

Most of the pixels can be found on the left side of the histogram, although there are a few on the ride side due to the presence of the white object. If I printed this image, the blue tones in the black would not print properly, since the blue pixels are touching the side of the histogram and the triangle on the left side is blue.

Most of the pixels can be found on the left side of the histogram, although there are a few on the ride side due to the presence of the white object. If I printed this image, the blue tones in the black would not print properly, since the blue pixels are touching the side of the histogram and the triangle on the left side is blue.

3) Tones

The majority of the pixels fall on the left side, but there are many in the middle and the right of the image as well. They are much more distributed here than in the other two histograms. Since no pixels are touching the sides of the histogram, this could be printed just fine. This is clearly the histogram with the most dynamic range.

The majority of the pixels fall on the left side, but there are many in the middle and the right of the image as well. They are much more distributed here than in the other two histograms. Since no pixels are touching the sides of the histogram, this could be printed just fine. This is clearly the histogram with the most dynamic range.

I think my camera is overall, properly exposing the images because the mouse was always well-exposed in the images.