In this blog entry I’ll show you how to set up the Nikon D7500 so that you can create an exposure series for HDR photography. I will devide this tutorial in two sections: One for easily and fast shooting of HDR images free hand, another professional setting for shooting HDR images from a tripod mounted camera. We store all HDR-specific settings for each method in a separate usersetting bank „U1“ or „U2“ to recall all the settings easily and fast. So we will be able to switch between normal workflow and HDR workflow very quickly.
It's done. Today, I can say that I have replaced Lightroom and Photoshop with alternatives that are equal, if not better, but definitely cheaper.
In my search for alternative programs, I thought I was on the right track, was disappointed, was thrilled and finally completed this project successfully.
In this article I write about why I have decided for which image processing software in the individual processes.
I love Affinity Photos features to create HDR shots and focus stacks. These two functions let us create beautiful images.
So far I've always had to choose one or the other kind of image editing, but can't we also create an image that consists of both HDR and Focus Stacking? Yes we can.
In this video I'll show you how to set up the Nikon D500 to create an exposure bracket for HDR shots. We store all HDR-specific settings in a separate user setting under the photo and individual settings, so that we can quickly switch between normal workflow and HDR workflow.