HDR picture for D7000


gary11166

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Could anyone give me some advise as to whether it could take HDR picture. If so what are the steps. Still exploring the camera.
 

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Could anyone give me some advise as to whether it could take HDR picture. If so what are the steps. Still exploring the camera.
Any camera can shoot HDR, it usually if not always requires post processing in a computer later, why not google how to shoot HDR? Its not brand specific
 

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Could anyone give me some advise as to whether it could take HDR picture. If so what are the steps. Still exploring the camera.
I shoot minimum of 3 exposures when doing an HDR. You might want to check how to use bracketing in your D7000. Spidey89 is correct, for me I always do Post Processing for the HDR as there is different moods you can choose.
 

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You're in luck, this photog named Mark Wallace who hosts Digital Photography 1 On 1 on Youtube just posted about shooting HDR images, watch and learn and subscribe :D

[video=youtube;hPWuROzw61A]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPWuROzw61A[/video]
 

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Could anyone give me some advise as to whether it could take HDR picture. If so what are the steps. Still exploring the camera.
Don't think it has that auto feature like some of those from Sony.
 

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I am quite sure (based on a brief fiddling of the D7000) though can't confirm; I think you can do it like I do on my D90. Bracket your shots with same aperture (different speed). Shot in raw and then do an image overlay. You can overlay (on the camera) 2 images at a time but you can do the same with the overlaid iamge many times to your satisfaction. Sure you can shoot many bracketed shots. I am not sure if this is HDR but I am happy with this.
 

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gary11166

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Sorry how to do overlay photo in a camera ? That's interest me..
 

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I am quite sure (based on a brief fiddling of the D7000) though can't confirm; I think you can do it like I do on my D90. Bracket your shots with same aperture (different speed). Shot in raw and then do an image overlay. You can overlay (on the camera) 2 images at a time but you can do the same with the overlaid iamge many times to your satisfaction. Sure you can shoot many bracketed shots. I am not sure if this is HDR but I am happy with this.
I don't think that really counts as HDR, I believe that's more like multi-exposure, just that in your case, you didn't move your camera while shooting multiple images

Sorry how to do overlay photo in a camera ? That's interest me..
Think you gotta consult your user manual since he's using a D90
 

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I'm interested in taking HDR pictures with my D7000. Some told me to do a bracketing for 3 pictures and do a overlay pictures for it. But I do not know how to do it. Could someone give the steps Yo do it.. Many thks.
 

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Sorry how to do overlay photo in a camera ? That's interest me..
You can go retouch menu and image overlay. But have to shoot in Raw then can. If shoot in jpeg can't do it. i only try it once. =}
 

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You need not start two threads across different sections asking the asking the same question...

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You can go retouch menu and image overlay. But have to shoot in Raw then can. If shoot in jpeg can't do it. i only try it once. =}
I have confirmed that you can do on D7K too. I tried out. You shoot with same aperture (A) and bracket. Place on tripod and shot with 3 or more shots (time will vary with this bracket). Shoot in raw. Then do an overlay on you camera. You tweak on the ration of the exposure on the overlay and the final result will be display. You can then use the save image and overlay will the 3rd image.
 

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