- MemberMarch 7, 2007 at 3:36 pmquote Shane Drew:
Shane – think Garrie is referring to the dynamic range, which understand isn’t as good for digital cameras as it is for film. ‘Merge to HDR’ is a function in Photoshop that will allow you to merge three photos in the way Garrie desribes to end with a photo with high dynamic range. Think only good for still life as you need a tripod to line up same photo. Cant’ pretend that I know the full ins and outs and unlikely to be of use to many except perhaps professional still life photographers.
RAW, as you say, is a great way to manipulate exposure etc. and should suffice.
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