Sunday, July 20, 2014

Learn How To Setup Your Cameras Auto Exposure Bracketing | Video Tutorial

Learn How To Setup Your Cameras Auto Exposure Bracketing
   Do you want to step into the world of HDR photography, but not sure how to setup Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) on your camera? Your in luck. In this video tutorial we cover how to setup your cameras auto exposure bracketing to allow you to take photos used in creating stunning HDR images.




About this tutorial:

I love high-dynamic-range images (HDRI or HDR)[1] and anytime I get a chance to create one, I do. This tutorial I show you how to setup a Canon 600D (T3i)[2] to use Automatic Exposure Bracketing (AEB or Auto Bracketing)[3] 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.

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