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This shot is an HDR shot blended from 6 bracketed shots. Each shot is one stop different from the next. The exposures range from -2 through +3. Aperture was set to f/16. The shutter speed ranged from 1/125 at -2, to 1/4 at +3.

Often times when I’m photographing landscapes, the image the camera sees versus the image in my head are quite different. Sometimes that image in my head doesn’t mesh with what the camera capture, because the dynamic range is far too great. The contrast between the highlights and shadows is just too great. Such was the case with this shot I took a week ago of Arch Rock in Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada.

Source: http://digital-photography-school.com/getting-the-image-you-see-in-your-head-blending-vs-hdr?utm_source=feedly&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+DigitalPhotographySchool+(Digital+Photography+School)
 
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