Not all cameras are created equal when it comes to HDR photography. If you’re camera doesn’t have basic HDR features like bracketing and RAW image capabilities, it may not be a good fit. Whether Canon, Nikon or something else we give an in depth look at each camera’s feature set to determine if it will make your HDR shooting easier and more effective.
That said, remember that buying a fancy new camera isn’t going to make you an HDR expert overnight. More expensive is not necessarily always better, so make sure you do your research in order to figure out which camera is best for your HDR shooting and needs in general.
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About HDR Software
These days HDR can mean a lot of different things, so we’re creating this site to give honest insight into the best hdr software, strategies, and accessories that are available for the photographer today.
We also look at HDR video, why it’s making such a big impact on tech in 2018, and how it effects you as a consumer.
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