HDR/Photoshop Tutorial

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Hi guys. I'm new to TP, so apologies for this being my first post.

I'm starting to look at HDR amd have read a fair deal about it, but not yet put it into proper practice.

One thing that confuses me about the guide at http://www.vanilladays.com/hdr-guide is the 3 exposure method (the one in mainly looking into. It says that 'you will notice the shutter speed and aperture changes too...'

why would you want the aperture to change for each exposure? surely you would need the same depth of focus for each exposure?

cheers

Karf
 
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I know this is an old thread but i did use the search , i know now how to do HDR correctly according to the instructions in that link...

I'm much happier now lol
 
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Hi guys. I'm new to TP, so apologies for this being my first post.

I'm starting to look at HDR amd have read a fair deal about it, but not yet put it into proper practice.

One thing that confuses me about the guide at http://www.vanilladays.com/hdr-guide is the 3 exposure method (the one in mainly looking into. It says that 'you will notice the shutter speed and aperture changes too...'

why would you want the aperture to change for each exposure? surely you would need the same depth of focus for each exposure?

cheers

Karf
You're right. Keep the aperture the same and adjust the exposure.
 
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Only to create a certain atmosphere or increase detail in highly contrasted situations.
 
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