Why a five shot bracket set?
Oh, the curiosity for doing what one called “natural” HDR is pretty dang high, lots of emails have come in asking questions on my technique. Like I mentioned before, you want the “recipe” how I do it, you’ll have to venture to Photoshop World. A guy’s got to make a living. The most common question has been how do you know if you want to do a 3, 5 or 7 frame bracket set for your HDR. I hope this helps answer that question.
Yes, I turned the P6000 vertically, I can’t learn if I don’t try new things. I knew I wanted a vertical image and wanted to see if I could show that with the video. Another work in progress to add to my growing list.
Ever since the first snow, I’ve been working with the extreme light that falls on the snow trying to capture photographically the feeling I get standing there in its presence. I’m not 100% happy with the results but I’m a whole lot closer than a few weeks ago when I started. I gotta be ready for Yellowstone in a couple of weeks, I know exactly where I need to use the technique there from my failures last year.
Photos captured by D3, 14-24AFS on Lexar UDMA digital film
Moose Cam captured by P6000 on Lexar UDMA digital film