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Old 21st January 2009, 08:22   #4621
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I have a question. The exposure bracketing actually changes exposure? or just the exposure compensation? in the latter case it's useless if I have the raw image (CHDK cheers, I can apply the exposure compensation later, right?

I took 3 images with exposure bracketing in my S2 IS in Tv mode, and all three of them show F/2.7, exposure 1/2 secs, as I had set it. It shows exposure bias as -1.3, -.7 and 3.3 though. what really did my camera do?
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Old 21st January 2009, 09:12   #4622
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I have a question. The exposure bracketing actually changes exposure? or just the exposure compensation? in the latter case it's useless if I have the raw image (CHDK cheers, I can apply the exposure compensation later, right?
That depends on the dynamic range of your camera, still this will be limited. Yes, exposure bracketing changes the EV or exposure shot-to-shot by a specifed step.

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I took 3 images with exposure bracketing in my S2 IS in Tv mode, and all three of them show F/2.7, exposure 1/2 secs, as I had set it. It shows exposure bias as -1.3, -.7 and 3.3 though. what really did my camera do?
That means only ISO was changed, considering you haven't mentioned ISO being constant.

Three parameters determine EV, the aperture, shutter speed and ISO. By changing any one or a combination of them, exposure value can be changed.
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Composition is one thing. The other thing being the warm effect created by that "bulb".
Oh yeah, actually initially while converting the RAW I thought of compensating for the color cast but somehow didn't liked that result and kept it as is.
Two more shots from the same shoot,
Entrance to the temple,
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The inner sanctum and the courtyard,
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Both the shots are taken with Canon 10-22mm, handheld (tripods are not allowed) and with CPL on..

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Beautiful shots kaushik.... that 10-22mm lens is the best from Canon.
Cant wait to get my DSLR.
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Old 21st January 2009, 14:29   #4625
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@Samurai
Thanks! Well i haven't yet thought of going for one DSLR seriously though i have been doing my research. Maybe after a year i might take the plunge...till then its gonna be my H50

These are clicked from the boat while on a cruise
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nice shots Inder. Thats Athirapilly Falls. Nice shots.
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Good stuff, especially the second click of the falls..
Thanks guys ..

Just learning and a very loooooooooooooooooooooong way to go.

Awesome pics from you all.
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Old 21st January 2009, 17:55   #4627
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That means only ISO was changed, considering you haven't mentioned ISO being constant.

Three parameters determine EV, the aperture, shutter speed and ISO. By changing any one or a combination of them, exposure value can be changed.
ok, I looked again, I realized it did not have a value for ISO, that's why i didn't notice any difference.
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So, bracketing can work on any of the three variables. which means choosing to shoot in raw was not a substitute to bracketing as I had thought.
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Brackting changes the exposure in my camera.
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TG - Fantastic shots again!
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Been to ICRISAT Hyderabad on 18th

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This one is clicked by reversing my 188-55 mm kit lens @ 18 mm.

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I like the second photo too much.

It look to me as the sign of freedom. Nice photo.
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my contribution . Shot this in vandalur zoo , chennai
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@IRaghava
Thanks buddy!

@Guyonblackybx
Boy oh boy!!!! The last pic is mind bogglingly cool! i am in awe after seeing it! Great job!

Here's a couple of dew drops as well

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fantastic shots TG.
@Guyonblackybx, the last pic is out of the world.
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Manali valley from Palchan.

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