HDR is normally described as a post processing technique.
I usually can't find time to do post-processing - thus I have turned out to favor SOOC-pictures ;-)
My question is: Is it possible to create HDR-photos by multiple-exposure?
I'm not asking for a built-in post-processing tool in the camera.
I want to know if multiple-exposure can be used as a capture-technique when the scene has a large difference in exposure. I.e. both overexposed and underexposed parts. (Eg. in a landscape where the sky is very bright and the ground is very dark).
Using "HDR" as a term is probably not correct. The issue I'm trying to solve is simply to fetch the details from all parts of the scene. I was wondering if this could be done by multi exposure... (After som thinking, I guess not...)
As far as I can tell - a GND filter is the only way to go. I.e. to reduce the bright parts of the picture more than the dark parts...
Picture from the article "GND Filters vs. Exposure Blending"