Cameras at the moment just cannot capture the range of highlights and shadows you see through your own eyes. So the idea of HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography is to emulate the dynamic range of the human eye and show how it appears naturally to your eye.
1 - DSLR (able to take multiple exposures)
2 - Remote Timer with multiple settings - click here to buy one
2 - Adobe After Effects - adobe.com/products/aftereffects/
1 - Set up camera
4 - select source and destination folders
5 - click "run" (this can take a long time)
6 - Import as sequence (you will probably have to click on the "force alphabetical order" box)
7 - Drop the sequence into a composition
8 - Render
9 - Done
For HDR using a portable slider, check out the Digislider and it's motorised upgrades - digislider.co.uk
We tried to keep it short and sweet, but if it is not indepth enough for you, this tutorial from Dustin Farrell may be better suited.
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