Sunday I roamed the Rural Life Museum looking for PAW candidates and also to give the G12 SCN modes another try. The above picture is a scene from the old country store, shot in Av mode at 1 second exposure, f3.5, ISO 80, tripod mounted of course. This is the in-camera JPEG. I suppose this is a “normal” image.
Above is the in-camera “HDR” version of the “normal” scene. This particular variation is the “sepia” HDR. The exposure was determined automatically as 1/20 second (must be the first shot of the series), f3.5 and ISO 1600. A nice variation to my eye.
The above variation is the “B/W” HDR.
Next, getting out of HDR mode and into “Nostalgic” mode, the above shot was automatically exposed at 1/10 second, f3.5, ISO 800. Within Nostalgic mode, the amount was set at maximum; that is, 5 bars of the available 5.
Again in Nostalgic mode, the above variation is with the amount set to 2 bars of the 5 available. I like this one best.