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HDR Labs's Open Camera Control project aims to let photographers add new camera abilities to their Digital SLRs.

Naresh Kumar
  • 19 march 2010

HDR Labs’s Open Camera Control project aims to let photographers add new camera abilities to their Digital SLRs.

Their official site explains how the project started:

The OCC project arose from our need to shoot HDR images for film production using Canon cameras. Canon has stubbornly chosen to stick to its standard 3-shot method for bracketing shots – one metered shot and two additional shots one or two stops above and below the metered shot. For texture shooting, it is sometimes necessary to shoot 5,7,9 or even 11 or more stops of bracketing around the metered exposure.

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