• Understanding Fujifilm High Dynamic Range

    11 days ago - By Peta Pixel

    HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and is a setting available on several Fujifilm cameras, including the X-T4. HDR involves merging separate images together to create a single JPEG file in order to provide the maximum amount of dynamic range possible out of your image.
    When you set your Fujifilm dial to HDR and press the shutter button, the camera will take three photos at once. Photo 1 will use the exposure settings you made at the time you took your shot. Photo 2 will be underexposed and Photo 3 will be overexposed. Then, the camera will merge together these three photos and save the...
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