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Anonymous
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fusion bracketing

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I have been looking everywhere for an answer to this, so here goes. Is there a way to shoot bracketing with the fusion?


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Explorer
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Re: fusion bracketing

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While it's not a great solution, there is one member who posted on how to edit and use the RAW (gpr) files from Fusion https://community.gopro.com/t5/Cameras/Stitching-Fusion-RAW-image-files-HOW/td-p/83515/page/8

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Tourist
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Re: fusion bracketing

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As of now, the only way to shoot brackets is to use the PT exposure adjustment and take separate  -2 / -1 / 0 / +1 / +2 brackets manually. It's a shame that GoPro doesn't have an auto HDR mode as most 360 cameras have. But then again, their Fusion Studio cannot edit their own RAW images so shooting brackets is kind of pointless if you are going to work with JPG files.

 

Frankly, I'm getting annoyed with this camera. No RAW and HDR workflow for the price you pay for this kind of equipment is simply unacceptable.

 

Explorer
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Re: fusion bracketing

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While it's not a great solution, there is one member who posted on how to edit and use the RAW (gpr) files from Fusion https://community.gopro.com/t5/Cameras/Stitching-Fusion-RAW-image-files-HOW/td-p/83515/page/8
Sightseer
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Re: fusion bracketing

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Yes, you can edit RAW files from Fusion in Photoshop and then stitch them. That doesn't solve the HDRI bracketing issue but at least you can do RAW workflow. And, it's a much, much better image compared to the competitors.