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How to Expose for High Dynamic Range Scenes

How to Expose for High Dynamic Range Scenes

Episode 24: In today’s Tidbit Tuesday, I answer a listener question about how to deal with scenes with high dynamic range, such as a sunrise or sunset image.  What is dynamic range?  Do you expose for the shadows, highlights, or both?  What’s a stop of light?  I answer these questions and provide five tips on how to capture images with high dynamic range.  Enjoy!

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Breakthrough Photography X4 3-Stop Soft Graduated Neutral Density Filter

Breakthrough Photography X100 Holder (requires adapter ring that fits the thread of your lens)

Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

Aurora HDR

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