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The Enthusiast's Guide to Night and Low-Light Photography, 1st Edition by Alan Hess

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10. MULTIPLE EXPOSURES CAN SAVE YOUR SHOOT

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THERE ARE SITUATIONS where shooting multiple images of the same subject can be really helpful. Many night scenes make great subjects for high dynamic range (HDR) images. You can also reduce noise by stacking images, a technique I’ll discuss in chapter 5. These techniques work only with subjects that are not moving because you need to capture multiple images in which the subject is in the same spot.

To create an HDR image, you need to take multiple images of the same subject with different exposures, and then use specialized software to combine the images. Figures 10.110.3 show the three images I used ...

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