Birma wrote:I think it has become a pretty common feature, Henry. My iPhone has it, for example. Very useful when you have very bright sunlight in a picture.
bakubo wrote:Birma wrote:I think it has become a pretty common feature, Henry. My iPhone has it, for example. Very useful when you have very bright sunlight in a picture.
Not surprised that it is common these days. There are a bunch of other jpeg features on the G16 which I have paid no attention to also. Just discovered this HDR thing by accident and it is quite useful. It is great for high contrast images that are too much for the jpeg/sensor combo. Actually, it probably handles high contrast scenes without blowouts better than a single raw can do.
bakubo wrote:Dusty, does the A580 HDR mode require a tripod or can you handhold and the camera automatically align the photos to create a single, merged jpeg? The G16 can do this so when I discovered that I have found it very useful sometimes. The resulting HDR jpeg is not overdone so it really helps with high contrast situations. Of course, after I import into LR I can do PP on it if I want.
Dusty wrote:It doesn't require a tripod, but the images from my quick and dirty test show that it's sharper if I hold still! Here's an HDR that where I purposely did a "mini-sweep" to see it it would match.
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