I'm a bit of a photo nut, and lately i've been messing around with HDR image processing and my 1000D using continuous drive burst shooting -2, 0, +2 exposures. Results so far have been pretty fantastic. Methinks i'll put up a new series...
Anyway... figured you all would get a bit of enjoyment from the subject matter.
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Its kind of an interesting technique. You set your camera to drive continuously in burst mode taking 3 consecutive shots at an underexposed, a standard exposure, and an overexposed setting at a low depth of field. You have to use a tripod or set the cam on a steady surface because each image has to be as still as you can get it because you're going to be overlaying them, allowing the color ranges from each photo to blend with each other. Result is a kind of surreal photo.