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Old Posted Apr 23, 2007, 3:55 PM
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By the way, I think there are some tutorials on Flickr regarding HDR images from JPG-photos (ie. non-raw). Don't expect the quality to be that phenomenal though...
Shooting JPG should still work, as long as one actually takes 2+ images at different exposure levels. The main thing lost by not shooting RAW is the ability to further adjust the exposure post-hoc.

The most important things to do when taking photos for HDR are to use a tripod (or stable flat surface) and to vary the exposure by changing the shutter speed while keeping a constant aperture (the photos won't line up properly if the aperture changes and alters the depth-of-field).
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