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Thread: Adventures in High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography

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    Not that I know of. AEB just automatically sets shutter speed for you at pre-determined intervals (typically in 1/3 stop increments, from -2 to +2). Just makes it easy to get the three shots you need at the stops you want them at.

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    You can change the exposure by changing ISO, shutter speed and/or f-stop. Changing the ISO in manual mode should not change the shutter speed or f-stop. Auto-bracketing/exposure compensation usually changes the shutter speed in aperture priority mode or the f-stop in shutter priority mode. For HDR you don't want to change the f-stop as detail can go in and out of focus due to the change of Depth of Field. These can be confused as tonal changes by the HDR software and create unwanted effects or artifacts. I'm not sure if anybody except Pentax has an ISO priority mode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    You can change the exposure by changing ISO, shutter speed and/or f-stop. Changing the ISO in manual mode should not change the shutter speed or f-stop.
    Ah yes - with a given film, ISO was constant but now that's another variable to play with - interesting. I've yet to get my head around it - probably since it's not a variable on my Point & Shoot....
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    LOL, yes, of course... ISO. Derp.

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    while i think the effect is cool i agree most of the time it looks just like what it is an effect and not natural, that said the one place where i really think it looks more natural than alot of normal photography is recreating some of the weird light before a early evening summer thunder storm
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    Finally! Someone has found a positive side to the fire! I just got back to Greeley from Georgia, and MAN is there a lot of smoke here!
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    If it's too late to bring back this thread. . . lemme know.

    I gave it a try with landscape photography. Here they are!




    I also did it with a plant or two with my old camera. This one was taken in July.

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    Those first two are super subtle. I assume the changes mostly applied to the sky? I really like the reflections of the sky, trees, and shrubbery in the water.

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