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Old 03-04-2011, 21:43   #1 (permalink)
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Using a D300 it has the facilty to take muliple exposures up to 10 and process them into one image in camera rather than using any software. Ive recently seen some very good pictures from using this method, However up to now ive been using photomatix to combine the shots. Whilst the result from the in camera process looks ok and to a point more of a "reality" shot rather than some tone mapped effort using photomatix im just wondering if anyone else had any fors and against using either method.
Ive been experimenting the last hour or so and i can see advantages to both methods yet i still would like to know how the effects were achieved in the pictures i saw the other day.
Ive also used one RAW file and then made three or sometimes more different exposed shots for various aspects of the picture then used photomatix which is handy if your not using a tripod etc on the original shot plus ive also used the bracketing facilty on the D300 to take 5 or so images all differently exposed and again used photomatix yet obviously a tripod is a must and i also use a wireless remote
One thing i am puzzled on thou is Nikon show in a brochure promoting the multiple exposure facilty a gymnast in mid flight somersaulting with three different exposures so the gymnast is in a different postion in mid air on each exposure and each "gymnast" in the end picture is properly exposed and visable however ive tried just a basic set up using my daughter who informs me she has better things to do.
Basdically camera on tripod sat in front of sofa three different exposures of her sat in each seat in camera processing just shows three ghostly outlines sat on the sofa so i presume she is only a third exposed in each frame.
I have done this before and had great fun with "three wives" sat having a conversation round a table and various other setups using photoshop yet just wondering how Nikon man managed it in the brochure

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