OPP #024: Tidbit Tuesday – How to Expose for High Dynamic Range Scenes
Today's Tidbit: High Dynamic Range
- The challenges of high dynamic range scenes
- What stops of light are (and why are they called “stops”?)
- When to use ETTR (expose to the right)
- The use of graduated neutral density filters
- Bracketing and exposure blending
- And more!
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Outdoor Photography Podcast Episode 2: Should You Buy Filters? Landscape Photography Filters Explained
Outdoor Photography Podcast Episode 15: How to Safely Explore the Outdoors
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