We went down to St. Patrick’s today in order to attend mass. We arrived a little early; therefore, i took the opportunity to take a few photos of the interior. Photos taken with the X-E1.
I underexposed the below picture slightly, in order for the highlights (lights behind the statue in the middle) to not be to harsh. The exposure compensation dial is very easily felt with your thumb and you can see the changes in the EVF.
With a DSLR, what you see in the viewfinder is what you would see with your naked eye. What i mean be this is, if you make any changes to the exposure, you will not know how the photo will look until you take the picture. The scene in the viewfinder of a DSLR will always be that what you see with your eye.
With the EVF on the X-E1, you can actually see the scene get darker or brighter when you change the exposure with the dial. You can also see the histogram change live. Very nice indeed.
I underexposed the below picture a tad as well.