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Optimal Shutter Speed Settings for HDR Photography
In HDR photography, the only varying factor controlling the exposure in your bracketed sequence should be the shutter speed. This means that the camera is controlling the shutter speed to give us the median exposure, the darker exposure and the brighter exposure. However, given that cameras have limitations of the highest possible shutter speed and that shutter speed also controls motion freeze, there are optimal settings for shutter speed. The optimal shutter speed depends on a few considerations, which we will discuss in this article. In addition, we will explain the two issues that arise due to shutter speed as well as why the optimal exposure value should not be at 3 stops, but at 2 stops instead.
How to Use Continuous Shooting Mode for HDR Photography
With HDR photography, the specifics of how we capture the shot(s) make all the difference. For example, we often capture…
Real Estate Photography Equipment Guide | Cameras, Lenses, Accessories, & Editing Software
In this article, we will go over all of the equipment you’ll need to achieve professional results, including cameras, lenses, tripods, flash, and other accessories.
How To Easily Blend Exposures For Interior Photography In Photoshop
If you’ve ever taken interior shots with windows included and then combined the exposure in Photoshop, you likely know that…
How To Add Detail & Texture Entirely In Lightroom For An HD Look
Learning to edit your photographs can be a daunting task to a new photographer, but with a few careful adjustments…
Single Shot HDR | Getting the Most Out Of Your Camera
Find out how to get the most out of your camera’s dynamic range in just a single shot.