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Very often, someone just starting in photography has questions about what camera or lens (or both) they should buy. If they ask a salesperson in a photo store, they may get great advice or they may get advice that serves only to help the store's bottom line. If they ask an established photographer, they may get advice centered around whatever brand of camera that photographer shoots with.
But in almost every case, that newbie photographer will hear something like this --
It's funny how a solution to a problem will sometimes just pop up out of nowhere. I was searching through the manual for my Nikon D810, which I've been shooting with for a couple of years. I don't remember now what I was looking for, but what I did find proved interesting, and quite helpful. In my work, I tend to shoot a lot of bracketed shots. In case no one knows what bracketing is, this is where you shoot a series of photos of the exact same thing, each at a different ex