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Which cable release do you use?

2007-06-06T14:23:00.000-04:00

Which cable release do you use?



Ryan,Excellent tutorial on HDR, and this page real...

2007-05-21T16:07:00.000-04:00

Ryan,

Excellent tutorial on HDR, and this page really shows off what you can do with the technology. I have just recently learned about this and can't wait to try it out (guess that expensive Photoshop CS2 purchase might come in handy once again).

I have a Canon 30D, tripod, and shutter release cable. I currently have been combining 2 images using masks in Photoshop, which of course requires the camera to not move at all. However, I find it tricky to adjust my shutter speed and not move the camera, even for just 2 pictures. With taking 7-9 at various exposures, I would think that it would be nearly impossible to not move the camera just a slight bit when turning the wheel to adjust the shutter speed? Maybe I need a stronger tripod (mine is a bit lightweight, so I can carry it backbacking)? Any techniques you use to prevent slight camera move when taking so many pictures of the same shots?

Thanks again,
Ryan