About this tutorial:
I love high-dynamic-range images (HDRI or HDR) and anytime I get a chance to create one, I do. This tutorial I show you how to setup a Canon 600D (T3i) to use Automatic Exposure Bracketing (AEB or Auto Bracketing) to take multiple images at different exposure levels. The 600D can take up to 3 exposures and for this tutorial will be using 0 EV (normal exposure), -2 EV (under exposed) and +2 EV (overexposed) settings in our camera to capture the best tonal range. These images can then be combined using software to create creative works of art, or a high quality photo with great tonal range that someone may not even recognize as a HDR photo.