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Old June 12th, 2012, 02:00 PM   #74 (permalink)
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i inadvertently proved it was multiple shots when i tried a handheld HDR shots in low lighting (restaurant). My subject (son) was moving quite a bit too, and the end result was very strange... floating limbs and such.

You can do tonemapping from a single image, but the end result can easily be replicated with some levels and contrast adjustment in photoshop.

I think it was already proven somewhere else that the sound effect of the shutter has no correlation to the actual shutter, which IMO is very unfortunate.
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