Everything You Need to Know About Auto Exposure Bracketing

What is Auto Exposure Bracketing? (AEB) is the setting on many DSLR cameras which allows you to take three different exposed images in quick succession. Often one image is under exposed, the second is mid range and the last is over exposed. AEB is commonly used for creating HDR (High Dynamic Range) images or giving you a range of options so that you are able to get the correct exposure in post processing. 

Mark Wallace of Adorama Tv shows you how to set and use your camera’s built in auto exposure bracketing feature so that you are able to go out and easily get the right exposure and some excellent HDR images.

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RUSS T.'s picture

he does great videos :)