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The Basics: How to Shoot HDR Photos [video]

 
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May 20, 2015 15:51 |  #1

For those just starting out, here's a quick video introduction to shooting HDR photos and merging them together in post-production.

https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=aDZg8vBVYZU (external link)

I hope you find it helpful!


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May 20, 2015 18:37 |  #2

Thanks, I have been wanting to try this!


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May 21, 2015 01:56 |  #3

Hi, Just one question
In the tutorial at about 2" you say "each one seven-tenths of a stop from the one before it"
but at the P&P stage you say "the next one is one-stop underexposed then the next one is

one-stop overexposed

so what exposure intervals do you find give the best results?
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Jun 23, 2015 18:10 as a reply to  @ russellsnr2's post |  #4

Russ, I meant to say "one step" instead of "one stop" in the second instance, since they were actually .7 stops apart. But the idea is the same. As for what is most effective, it varies depending on the subject matter. A total range of at least 3 stops or more is usually helpful. Some people like a 5 stop range or even more. -- Phil


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Sep 15, 2015 08:13 |  #5

Great help as I am starting out. I've done a few and some of this was review but I got some pointers. Thank you.




  
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