- 1Identify what is where.2Have the right type of scene/photo. It will need to be a static or still shot.3Be sure that your camera is in manual mode (P, S, A, or M).4Decide on the type of bracketing (Custom 12).
5Set the camera to bracket.
- AE & Flash
- AE only
- Flash only
- White Balance
6Set the number of exposures and compensation.
- Hold down the bracket icon while at the same time turning the command dial.
- Do this until the BKT shows up.
- Go to the custom menu and selection 9 to choose if the bracketing will be for WB, 1/2 or 1/3 stops.
- Choose which order to take your shot in. You can decide between:
- MTR > Under > Over
- Under > MTR > Over
- The choice doesn’t matter. Do what works best for you and be sure that you do it the same way each time (although your metadata will tell you which photo is which).
7Take your shots. You will need to press the shutter for the number of times that you want to bracket.8Download your photographs.9Process your photo. Things you can do with multiple identical photos, is create an HDR photograph or choose between the various exposures or white balance for the better photograph.10Switch bracketing off. Hold down the BKT button and rotate the main command dial until it is no longer on the screen.
- Hold down the BKT button and rotate the sub-command dial. It is in the front of the camera.
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