Bracketing helps you capture more detail in the sky and in the foreground of your scene than you could otherwise.
Bracketed images ares a series of photos at different exposures, then blended together in post-processing.
And the technique is ideal for sunrise/sunset photos where the sky is bright but the foreground is dark.
Here’s how to braket your photos.
If your camera features built-in bracketing, set it up according to your camera manual.
But if your camera lacks this feature, you still can manually bracket your images. You’ll need to take at least three images for successful bracketing.
The first photo in the series should be one-stop under-exposed. The second image should be properly exposed. Over-expose the last image in the series by one-stop.
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