Yes, I think it is true, I had even tried to merge the same scanned image
with different adjustment and it give some improvement in saving the sky for
high contrast scene. For DC I think shooting in RAW mode with 12 bit depth
would be good enough to avoid the trouble of combining photos.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Trottier" <tOM@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> If you're working on a tripod with a static subject, you could take a
> series of exposures, say, 3 stops apart, and marry them in the photo
> editor, for VERY wide and smooth dynamic range, then pick the effective
> exposure you like.
> Actually, for any static view, merging multiple pictures could give you
> more resolution.
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