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Watch What, When, Why & How to Bracket your Exposures on YouTube

Bracketing is one more tool that you can pull out of your photographer's toolbox to save or improve your photographs. You probably won't use it every day, nor do you want to use it in every scene. In my video I show you an example as well as a few photos that I created using bracketing



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-5 # Dawn 2012-02-09 14:26
Sorry Greg, I tried to stick with you, but I don't have a Nikon I have a Canon, so of you cannot support both, I have to bow out and head back to the Fro...
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+3 # anonymous 2012-02-09 15:06
The topics that Greg explains are basic photography concepts and principles. They apply to Canon, Nikon, Sony....and home-made pin hole cameras (to a degree!). Don't worry about specifics numbers that Greg reads off a Nikon (read the manual) - get the concept. Actually, focusing too much on your camera will keep you from getting the point!
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0 # George 2012-02-10 10:37
I concur. I shoot Pentax *GASP!* (I know, right?!?) but the info still applies. Watch his vid RTFM. I would much rather watch Greg's videos that have real info in them than watch materialistic uninformative stuff. But that's just me.
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+1 # Gregory Cazillo 2012-02-13 12:12
Um, ok. As I mentioned a while ago RTFM. cazillo.com/.../...

You should know your equipment well enough that this should never be an issue.
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+1 # Chris 2012-02-09 18:43
Thanks again Greg for kicking it up a notch and covering more advanced topics.

Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) definitely exists on my Canon 450D - I had never thought to use it in continuous mode though, so had found it frustrating having to remember to manually shoot in groups and be careful not to get out of sync with the bracket!

It lets you adjust the spread in third stops up to +/- 2 stops. It also gives you a 2 stop each way range about a compensated exposure up to a further 2 stops.

Ie - if you crank exposure compensation up to +2, the brackets can be 0, +2, +4
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0 # Anthony Hostetler 2012-02-23 01:46
Screw the haters at least you didnt use your moms death to try and get sympothy fans.... You rock and your skill took you this far ...The real fans stuck with you cus you are honest and real...you built that other clowns site
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