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With a monochrome DLSR, even in L vs. RGB, the histogram displays two peaks. Taller and lower toward black (apparently what would normally be the green pixels) and shorter and more towards the white (apparently what would normally be the red and blue pixels).
The first peak is twice as high because there would normally be 2x green pixels compared to red and blue? The first peak more towards the black because dcraw is dividing the value by 2?
Anyway, my question is for "exposing to the right" should I ignore the first peak?
Could we have a switch to make the histogram truly mono?
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