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Hdr And Cannon T2i 550d, Magic Lantern


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Or take a single shot in RAW and then use Photoshop CS5 to HDR Tone blend the image. You can set different exposures from a single raw file, just make sure the initial shot is as clean as possible and no noise.

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I use a Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi basicly my method is set at just change the ISO and F stop and just mix and match.

After upload them in Cs5 there is a hdr mode load all images and it does the work.

Here are some of mine and friends shots

We go into the city and get some shots every now and then

Watch Tower


Here my friends 9-11 shot


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Don't change the F-stop, this changes the depth of field. You just need to raise and lower the shutter speed to control exposure.

my bad i meant iso and time my bad?

Also buy a remote they make it so much nicer to get a 10 min exposer

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