2 comments on “Thursday ~ December 10, 2015

  1. This happened to me before too. I do it sometimes to get different exposures for better evaluation of a critical scene, but hardly for the purpose of HDR.
    During our recent trip to the Dakotas I used a multiple exposure technique for shooting moving water. If this gets out of sync, as it happened to me ones, you can get some really “artistic” interpretations of a waterfall because two different images are mixed.


  2. Thanks Andreas. I felt pretty stupid. I too have done a 3 shot bracket many times but didn’t need to in this situation. I should have recognized the problem right away but didn’t. 🙂

    Thanks again for you kind remarks.


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