Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the bracketing feature for an exposure blend, part of Photography Tips: Overcoming Camera and Lens Limitations.
- Now that we've done manual control,…where we have the option of choosing the exact…shutter speed, and basically dialing it in for…the highlights or the shadows.…We wanna go with the more automated process,…and when I say automated, I don't mean…anything's gonna happen with blending in the camera.…What I mean is, it's gonna take all those…different exposures for me.…Now, this exposure bracketing feature…is on nearly every major camera these days.…It's become so popular, and each manufacture's…done a good job implementing it.…With the Sony, I have the option of shooting…a third of a stop, a half stop, one stop, or two stops apart…and anywhere from three, five, or even nine exposures,…so what I've done, is I've gone back aperture priority,…because aperture priority is just going to meter the scene…and give me basically the camera's best guess,…and what I'm gonna do, is I'm gonna do nine exposures,…one stop apart, so it's gonna shoot it at…what it thinks is the perfect exposure,…and then give me four shots under,…
- Focus stacking
- Post-processing a focus-stacked image in Photoshop or Helicon Focus
- Creating high-res panoramas in camera
- Editing panoramas in Photoshop
- Exposure blending for HDR images
- Editing and processing an exposure blend