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How to take HDR photo with Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera

By Gavin  May, 29, 2011   Posted in HDR Camera Review, HDR Tutorial
How to take HDR photo with Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera The new Nikon D7000 camera. There are a lot of little improvements in the software that really benefit photographers trying to get the most performance out of their gear. One of these is being able to shoot a bracketed HDR burst while also using Mirror Lock-up. High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography involves taking a series of photos at different exposures and then blending the series together in software. Each photo is exposed at a different...

Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera Reviews

By Gavin  Apr, 01, 2011   Posted in HDR Camera Review
Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera Reviews The Nikon D7000 is a professional DSLR camera equipped with full 1080p HD recording capabilities, high resolution and a lightweight design. The Nikon D7000 comes with a vast selection of features and provides high-quality, professional photos, but it’s simple enough that anyone new to DSLR technology can pick up the device and capture images from the get-go. Design: The Nikon D7000 professional DSLR camera features an attractive...

Nikon D7000 for HDR

By Gavin  Jan, 18, 2011   Posted in HDR Camera Review
Nikon D7000 for HDR Nikon D7000 = Two steps forward, one giant step back (for HDR) The Nikon D7000 is limited to 3aeb.  BUT! Nikon in their infinite lack of wisdom has decided to further cripple HDR shooters by making that 3aeb limited to maximum steps of only 1EV between frames  (see update *****). Hence “one giant step back”. ***** 36 hours after the D7000 announcment, Nikon updated their website and marketing PDF to reflect a mistake on their part....

HDR – Nikon D7000

By Gavin  Jan, 13, 2011   Posted in HDR Camera Review
The Nikon D7000 HDR inquiry comes to me weekly so I’m going to address it right here and a work around to get past its limitations. The D7000 only does 3aeb in camera with a max jump of 2EV between each frame.  For creating commercial quality work, that is insufficient for many scenes.  Many landscapes benefit greatly by capturing from -4 thru +4, preferably with only 1 EV jumps.  The D200/D300/D300s/D2x/D3/D3s/D3x all bracket this much in...

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