HDR on Z6

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Ernie Misner
Ernie Misner Veteran Member • Posts: 8,005
Re: HDR on Z6
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Pulling (raising) shadows should be no problem with the raw file.  Expose the raw file using ETTR (expose to the right) on the histogram to maximize DR (dynamic range).  Ask questions about that if necessary.

The problem with the in-camera HDR's is that the result is a jpeg.  The best result will be from bracketing exposure on a couple of raw files and merging them in Lr or ACR's Merge To HDR or other raw capable HDR software.

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