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  1. 3. What is “Bracketing”? <ul><li>Bracketing is taking multiple pictures of the same scene while increasing and decreasing the exposure. </li></ul>Longer exposure time Shorter exposure time
  2. 4. Why bracket? <ul><li>The camera averages the lighting in a scene, so the correct exposure it gives you may not always be right. </li></ul><ul><li>By bracketing, you’ll end up with at least one good exposure and reduce the need for retakes later. </li></ul>
  3. 5. How do you bracket? <ul><li>To bracket, first take a picture at one exposure, preferably the “correct” exposure. </li></ul>Exposure for this picture: Shutter speed = 1/160 F-stop = f/11
  4. 6. How do you bracket? <ul><li>Then increase or decrease the exposure by changing either the shutter speed or aperture. </li></ul>Exposure for this picture: Shutter speed = 1/160 F-stop = f/16
  5. 7. How do you bracket? <ul><li>Then increase or decrease the exposure by changing either the shutter speed or aperture. </li></ul>Exposure for this picture: Shutter speed = 1/160 F-stop = f/8
  6. 8. The results? <ul><li>By the end, your photos may look something like this... </li></ul>
  7. 9. The results?
  8. 10. The results? <ul><li>Bracketing is your best bet for getting the photo results you want. You might end up with different exposures you prefer! </li></ul>
  9. 11. The results? <ul><li>By putting in a little more work now, you’ll save yourself some trouble later... </li></ul><ul><li>So go out and try bracketing! </li></ul>

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