Bryan Posted November 6, 2014 Share Posted November 6, 2014 I normally shoot raw and process in LR and PS, but I've recently tried the 2 stops auto HDR option on the NEX. If you haven't tried this trick, the camera takes a series of JPG shots in rapid succession and combines them with in the box software. Success has been variable, occasionally I get blue sky where the raw is white - maybe retrievable - but on other occasions I find that the auto JPG process can lead to unsightly coloured blotches in shadow areas. Fortunately I spotted this before uploading here! Conclusion, if the situation lends itself to a tripod, that's probably the best option coupled with a series of raw shots at different exposures (not that I routinely carry a tripod). Would like to make more use of the auto HDR feature, but can't trust it. Maybe future iterations will be better. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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