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Photography Glossary

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Bracketing is a photography technique where you take a series of photos of the same scene, each with a slightly different exposure. This can be done manually by adjusting the camera's settings between each shot, or automatically by using a bracketing function on the camera. Bracketing is often used in situations where the lighting is tricky or unpredictable, such as in landscape or high-contrast scenes, to ensure that at least one of the shots has the correct exposure.

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