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Not exactly HDR but if you shoot at low ISO with a tripod, you can still milk the exposure with a HDR type method. Read on to find out more.
@tapsamai, just a note that I didn't mention any of the software used in the Exposure Stacking, well, you can do this in Photoshop or on a low end HDR software on the Mac called HDRist PRO. There is also a free version which gives you less control but the results for exposure stacking is equally good. I don't use a PC so I can't share anything on Windows for the moment.
@benard thank for the article, I did not know anything about HDR, until I read this article. So much things to learn from you, sir.
@Benard Thank you so much for the article! I definitely think I am learning a lot about cameras through you and your articles and tips.