Chapter Fifteen. Multiple Raw Image Processing

Because of the limitations of single frame capture when shooting JPEGs and Tiffs, you may find yourself disappointed when trying to capture the full range of tones available within the scene photographed. Remember: more depth of information is supported by the Raw file format.

Taking advantage of the processing power of High Dynamic Range (HDR) has limitations as well (see Chapter 13 for more). HDR limitations are frequently encountered when you are capturing scenes that have motion or when you lack a stable tripod to bracket the exposure effectively. HDR is great for architecture, interior/exterior views, and still lifes with broad ranges in contrast and tone. Placing multiple images together using ...

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