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    Auto bracketing with the D90?

    Ok, maybe my technical english isn't good enough, but I cannot seem to find out how to auto bracket with the D90. I want to do some HDR tests and I really cannot find it. I went over the manual but all I could find was flash bracketing.

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    Re: Auto bracketing with the D90?

    does this help,i googled nikon d90 autobracket.
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/84583[email protected]/

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    Re: Auto bracketing with the D90?

    That is a very cool tutorial! Muchas gracias!
    I have to look into buying a remote control for HDR made with more than 3 photos. I've found the bracket function and if you set the camera to "timer" it will take 3 differently exposed photos automatically, but if you want more than that then you have to push the shutter button again and it could move the camera.

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    Re: Auto bracketing with the D90?

    Quote Originally Posted by nei1 View Post
    does this help,i googled nikon d90 autobracket.
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/[email protected]/
    Neil

    Perhaps I am a little too critical here but I find the tonemapped image direct from Photomatix to be way more realistic than the image then processed through Photoshop. To me the colors are way too saturated, too much over sharpening etc. There is nothing realistic to me about that image at all. Not to say the technique is totally faulted but the result here is just over cooked.

    I don't mean to be insulting in any way. I understand what you are trying to achieve but I don't think this example is indicative of what you are trying to achieve. Of course this is only my personal opinion.

    Woody

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    Re: Auto bracketing with the D90?

    Woody its not me trying to achieve this its Rafa,at the moment hdr does not interest me at all,..............neil.

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    Re: Auto bracketing with the D90?

    Man, I thought the Photomatix result looked way worse than the other. May the photophop version doesn't have the saturation right, but that glow on the photomatix result is just plain horrendous.

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