Exposure bracketing

Started Jun 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
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birdloverintex Junior Member • Posts: 27
Exposure bracketing

I recently purchased an OM-D E-M5 with kit lens, upgrading from a Panasonic superzoom/bridge. My pictures are nearly always outdoors, since I'm a birder. I turned on exposure bracketing and am keeping it on for a while as I learn the camera. I see that what's different among the three pictures per shot is the ISO. Since this is a digital manipulation of the same image, am I right to conclude that I could do this so-called exposure bracketing in post processing, if I shot RAW rather than JPG? And that what the camera is doing is not really exposure bracketing?

Another question I have is which forum should I frequent to begin understanding workflow. The idea of nondestructive workflow seems to be quite at odds with my major editing tool of deleting a picture so it will never ever be seen again.

Olympus OM-D E-M5
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