Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with bracketing settings, part of Performance Tuning Your Canon Digital SLR.
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- Exposure bracketing and HDR,…High-dynamic-range photography,…has become very popular over the years…and Canon's done a good job of upgrading.…It used to be with the 5D Mark II,…you could only bracket three shots.…Now, we can do two, three, five, even seven,…so they've increased the range of shots that you can do.…Let's take a look at how we choose how many shots…and how to implement that in the camera.…The first thing I want to do is take a look at the menus.…If we come over, again we're starting at the far left…in the Shoot Menu, the next one, Shoot2,…takes us to exposure compensation/Auto Exposure Bracketing.…
This is how we bracket.…But I'm going to come back to that in one second.…I'm going to come all the way over to Custom Controls…and let's take a look at the bracketing sequence.…The default is to expose in the center…and then to give me a negative exposure and a positive.…For example, a shot at the normal exposure…and then two stops under and two stops over.…What I like to do, and this is personal preference,…
In this course, photographer and educator Justin Reznick demonstrates a set of customizing strategies aimed at making a Canon DSLR far more responsive and effective. That way, you can focus on composition and artistic expression, and let your Canon handle the rest.
- Maximizing Live View
- Configuring Drive mode
- Working with bracketed settings
- Creating custom menus
- Configuring card slots in a multiformat camera
- Working with autofocus in the viewfinder