Free Mytcard Method for Accurate Exposure Compensation With your Digital Camera From

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Mytcard Method was invented by Mr. F. H. Tong to find the accurate exposure compensation with digital camera. The most common error is the loss of highlight or shadow details with digital cameras.

The most common error is the loss of highlight or shadow details with digital cameras. Due to the limit of latitude, it is not possible to judge from the LCD monitor for this error.

Mr. F. H. Tong invented it for readers of his book "DigiPhoto Guide for Beginners," but realized that this method would be helpful for all digital camera users too, so he released to the public free of charge.

To let more people enjoy this method; the Mytcard Method is now listed in Home & Education-Hobbies or or visit for further information.

It is a copyrighted digital image file for printing to a 4R photo with normal settings. Mount it on a card and use it for test exposure. There is an instruction about how to find the exposure adjustment. In case of need, one can order the complete set of Mytcard mounted on card and instruction sheet from with charge of US$2.80 for the cost and postage.

Complimentary copy and further information will be supplied to media upon request.

Electronic books written by Mr. F. H. Tong are supplied through his web site

Mytcard Method information can be found at

About F. H. Tong

F. H. Tong's Studio is established by Mr. F. H. Tong to run photographic programs, courses and workshops. Since 2001, the web site has been built to supply knowledge and technical information about traditional and digital photography to the public in English, Chinese Traditional and Simplified characters.

Address: Room 203, Siu Yee Building, 590-596, Queen's Road West, Hong Kong

Tel: (852) 28383617


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