Always using the aeb kit, of course..
The location is Matera , in Southern Italy, and pictures are taken in the beautiful medieval area of “Sassi” (translated, it means “Stones”, since the building are digged into the hill!
Some hdr pictures taken in Orbetello, a lovely ancient Tuscan small city on a Lagoon.To me is very interesting the contrast between the swampy nature , with the sea,and middle age original settlement with the modern way of living …
For those wondering, HDR is a photographic technic wich consist of taking some pictures of the same subject at different expositions, and then merging together with any kind of photo editor software like GIMP – or Photoshop , or with dedicated tools, like : Fhotoroom HDR .
The more pictures you have, the better it is.
Personally, I’m usually lazy to carry around a tripod, so I mostly use AEB (automatic bracket) with my Fujifilm hs20 exr , at 1 step (unfortunately, that’s the maximum value).
On canon D400, maximum step is 2, and that produces more dramatic effects, without using the tripod-remote combination. I hope that fujifilm will release a new firmware version , to solve this small issue… Anyway, i’m thinking to use a gorillapod and to buy the remote for hs20, for my next HDR shots…