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Fine tuning exposure. Part 2. Bracketing

Yesterday we learned how to better inform the light meter of our desired exposure setting by using the Aiming off method. today, we try another technique called… 322 more words

Bannack Ghost Town-HDR

HDR was a new thing for me, and it was interesting working with and editing my shots this way. The editing looks a lot more intense, and I like how it transformed my images. 112 more words

Photos

Assignment ONE: B&W + WB

BLANC sur BLANC

B&W sur BLANC

NOIR sur NOIR

Auto WB

Daylight WB

Cloudy WB

Tungsten WB 31 more words

Photography

NORMALEYE GALLERY UPDATE: HOME, HOME ON THE "RANGE"

By MICHAEL PERKINS

HISTORY BUFFS WHO HAVE EXHAUSTIVELY RESEARCHED THE HELLISH ANIMOSITY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR, a conflict which sowed seeds of resentment that bear bitter fruit to this very day, may have some small grasp of the vitriolic divide between those who espouse High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography and those who believe its practitioners are in league with Beelzebub. 561 more words

Exposure

Using Bracketing on DSLR Cameras

 Using Bracketing on DSLR Cameras

Bracketing on cameras has been around for a long time. Originally on SLR cameras, bracketing was used by photographers who could afford to burn through supplies such as emulsion and film, in order to get the right shot. 355 more words

Copying/WB/Bracketing

For this first assignment, I chose to copy two photos by Alex Webb, from his book “Amazon: From the Floodplains to the Clouds.”

The first, “Parintins,” has a great green artificial light and is balanced with a fading natural light in the background. 314 more words