What Is Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB)?

What Is Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB)?Auto exposure bracketing. What is this? Do I need to know about this? It sounds rather tricky.This is the answery bit.Auto exposure bracketing is the process of taking multiple photos at the same time to capture a wider dynamic range, a wider range of lights and darks. More of what we can see with our eyes.When using auto exposure bracketing the camera automatically takes three photos, one the correct exposure, one underexposed photo, and one overexposed photo. The amount of under and over-exposure is set by the photographer.The camera changes the aperture or shutter speed for the under and overexposed photos, which is determined by the picture mode that is being used.Auto exposure bracketing is also known as AEB and is defined as an advanced operation by Canon.But don’t worry, it is not as bad as it sounds. And I will tell you what you need to know and no more, all in plain English.In this episode, I tell you.·         What auto exposure bracketing is.·         Why you might need it.·         Why your camera is not as good as you are.·         How to use AEB.·         When to not use AEB.·         And finally, what I do.What is not to love? Support the showGet your question answeredThis is what my podcast is all about, answering your photography questions - just click here. Not only will I answer your question, but I will also give you a lovely, big shout out, which is nice.Find out more about the podcast on the Photography Explained Podcast websiteAnd find out all about me on my photography websiteThanks very much for listeningCheers from me Rick

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Photography explained in plain English in less than 27(ish) minutes without the irrelevant detail—yes photography stuff explained by me, a photographer, for photographers. If you want me to answer your question, head to my Photography Explained Podcast website. In my podcast, I explain one photographic thing per episode, giving you just enough information to help you understand it so it helps you with your photography without going into endless amounts of irrelevant detail. All in less than 27(ish) minutes. I am a photographer based in the UK and specialise in architectural, construction and real estate photography, as well as teaching photography.