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FRV started as a tool for quick sorting of large set of frames shot in series (dozens of frames in single location, usually same exposure settings). So, all checkboxes are for my own style of shooting. I use 'Keep exposure for next file', 'Keep custom WB for next file' and 'Rotation lock' (the last one because one of my cameras, the Olympus E-PL2, do not have orientation sensor, so I do not want to rotate every vertical frame, but keep orientation from previous one).

For  series 'Keep exposure for next' works fine. When I need another quick guess (first shot in new series displayed), I just press Shift-A (automatic exposure) to get initial exposure value.

Negative exposure correction is mostly useless for digital cameras, because it does not add details to (already) highlights. Very low contrast shots (like underwater) and very contrast tone curves (added yesterday) is completely new story for us. May be, we need another auto-exposure method, not shift-to-right, but 'balance histogram around middle point'. Will try later.


Alex Tutubalin/FastRawViewer team