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Aerial Photography Exposure Bracketing

In photography, exposure bracketing is a technique of taking several shots of the same scene at once using different exposure settings. Exposure bracketing is especially useful in difficult lighting situations when it’s hard to be sure of the correct exposure. 503 more words



Today we’re going to be talking about bracketing. Bracketing is when you take several shots of the same subject, each one using different camera settings.  There are two basic reasons that you would want to use bracketing in your photos. 1,113 more words


HDR with the Nikon D7000 part 3 -- Creating the HDR image from the image series

This is the third and last part of my HDR tutorial. The first part gave an introduction to HDR, and the second part explains… 481 more words


Exercise 1.8 Bracketing Exposures

In exercise 1.8 we are asked to take 3 to 5 shots of the same image at different exposures.

I was going to a wedding fair and decided to take my camera with me and take my exposures somewhere new that I had not seen before. 264 more words

Part 1 - Workflow: Landscapes And Environments

Social Construction of Industry

It is axiomatic that everything in society is socially constructed, but we are more aware of this in theory because there are still many areas in which we take for granted the “naturalness” of certain aspects of social structure. 406 more words

Sociology Of Science


I’ve done a lot of experimentation using single framed images and would like to create a HDR image using multi-exposures.
Using multi-exposures really does maximize a HDR image. 157 more words

Assignments And Experimentation