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DeanAZ

Phoenix, US
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"RE: Auto bracketing"

DeanAZ Gold Member Expert nature photographer Nikonian since 28th Apr 2007
Thu 06-Sep-12 01:00 PM | edited Thu 06-Sep-12 01:00 PM by DeanAZ

In A-mode, you fix the aperture for all of the multiple shots. When I say to spin the exposure I am referring to the exposure compensation button on the top of the camera and the spin part is the rear command dial. The setting here determines the base exposure for the 3 shot bracket and the bracket feature then varies the shutter speed to under expose, normal expose and over expose.

Don't change the aperture as the perspective will vary.
Don't change the ISO as you will introduce more noise than you want.
Don't change the zoom.
Don't change the focus point and instead lock it in, you're on a tripod shooting a landscape, right?

Give it a try...

Dean
Phoenix, Arizona USA

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