How to bracket and combine exposures when you don’t have graduated neutral density filters


posted Monday, April 23, 2018 at 11:30 AM EST


Photographer Andrew Marr doesn't specialize in lighthouse photography, but when he was visiting Augusta in the southwest of Australia, he had a good opportunity for lighthouse photography. The only problem was that the exposure range in the scene was dramatic, leading Marr to bracket exposures using his Fujifilm X-T2.

Normally, Marr uses graduated neutral density filters to balance scenes, but he had forgotten them at camp so he needed to combine exposures during post-processing. In total, Marr combined five frames using Lightroom. Check out how he captured his shots and processed them in the video below.

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(Via Andrew Marr