Today, we talk about bracketing photographs. In case you don’t know, bracketing is when you shoot the same photo with multiple exposures and combine them to create a higher quality picture. These photos tend to be more dynamic than those shot in a single exposure.
Bracketing photos isn’t difficult. However, you will need to learn Adobe Lightroom. Luckily, Vic Moss (everyone’s favorite Drone U pilot), teaches a course on Lightroom. With a bit of training, you’ll be able to provide your clients with amazing HDR photographs. They’re going to love them! Fly safe!
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- [02:40] Today, we talk about bracketing photographs
- [03:23] Is there a significant difference between bracketed photographs and non bracketed photographs?
- [04:18] Defining bracketing
- [05:17] Find out why it is always better to underexpose rather than overexpose your photographs
- [05:34] We explain how you can stack multiple sets of images together
- [06:18] Explaining how HDR images are created
- [07:05] Why should you be working on Raw images rather than JPEG images?
- [07:56] Paul discusses some efficient and productive ways of editing images in Adobe Lightroom
- [08:58] What do you mean by auto toning an image? What are its benefits?
- [10:09] Should you consider bracketing for every client? Or, should you provide this service only to high end clients?