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Articles and how-tos on High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography

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Taking bracketed photos with a:

Reviews

Canon 5D Mark III

The 5D Mark III, like most DSLRs, has auto exposure bracketing (AEB), allowing multiple shots to be taken automatically with different exposures, so they can be combined into an HDR image. As with many newer cameras, it is also capable of combining these images [more]

Nikon D800

The Nikon D800 boasts a remarkable 36 megapixel resolution, and a record-breaking 14.4 stops of dynamic range. Like other DSLRs, the camera offers auto exposure bracketing (AEB), allowing multiple shots to be taken [more]

Articles

What is HDR Photography?

HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography is a technique for capturing a much broader tonal range than a digital sensor can record in a single exposure. Simply put, the digital camera [more]

Is your camera set up to shoot for HDR?

If you shoot images for HDR you need to take bracketed shots at certain EV increments (mostly 1-2 EV steps are used). Many cameras support an AEB (Automatic Exposure Bracketing) [more]