Re: Best way to approach a group shot.
Nice thread, Mark. What appears to be a simple task of shooting a group of shorebirds is not always so easy. Would shooting in RAW remove the need to bracket your exposure ? Considering that the advice was to shoot -1/3, 0 and +1/3, couldn't you recover any over- / under-exposure with the exposure slider if you shot in RAW format ? I'm assuming that your camera can shoot RAW and that the exposure manipulation of the RAW file will not adversely affect the final image. Some of the pro's. may offer guidance on RAW exposure manipulation. Thanks for posting and starting the discussion.
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