Shooting scenes with a lot of contrast
On a bright Sunny day, they are very common
scenes where part of the frame is in the bright sun, and part of the frame is in shadow. With normal operation
when shooting, we will get either a hopelessly overlighted part, or, conversely,
darkened so that when you try to pull curves, noises will come out.
Shooting in RAW with a 3-4ev light difference will no longer help.
Well, we don't need any RAW - we shoot 2 frames in jpeg with different images
excerpts - separate dark and light parts.
Then, in a few clicks, we reduce these frames to a package for building Hugin panoramas, and align the geometry there.
Now let's turn around against the sun and put it up
the device enters bracketing mode. The resulting frames are reduced again by Hugin and
processing it in LuminanceHDR.
The technique of shooting and processing is described in the article hand-held HDR (Hugin+LuminanceHDR).