Join Megan Andersen for an in-depth discussion in this video How bracketing can save your exposure, part of Advanced Craft Photography.
Bracketing is a technique that photographers will use to ensure that …they're getting a good exposure in their photography. …And in our case, craft photography. So, I have an image here on the screen …that I took several photographs of before I found my perfect exposure. …And I know that I have a great exposure because if I open up the Curve palette, I …can see that it's got distribution between dark and light. …And if I open up my levels, I can also see here that in this histogram, there's …a nice distribution between the darks and the lights in this image.…
But how did I achieve this? It took me awhile to figure out exactly …what exposure I wanted to get when I was shooting these rings. …Because I was in a very dark wooded area, and there was dappled light. …So, when you're in a situation with tricky lighting, bracketing is a …technique that can help you find your perfect exposure with just a few simple steps. …Now, the first image I took of these rings is obviously way too dark. …It's basically unusable. But there's some interesting information …
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