And again something for those who don’t have a good camera, but still want to experiment with HDR. You can download the original raw files for this photo from here https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xeaj3in493k5kmu/FysTgnR8XW and try to edit them. Feel free to share you results on my Facebook page.

No contest this time, this time it’s just for the fun of post-processing.

You can also find brackets I shared last time in the folder “other” under the same link

Feel free to share you results on your facebook/flickr/blog, but please don’t forget to give me credit for the photo and link back here. And of course, please don’t use this photo for any commercial purpose (I’m still the author )

Have fun
Paris-brackets

This post is for those who missed my two tutorial videos. They are not about how to edit photos, but about how to take them.

The first one is how you can use Magic lantern firmware on your Canon camera to get the brackets you need.

The second video describes different way you can take multiple exposures.

I hope you will find them booth useful :)

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