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Bracketing in photography is the technique of taking multiple photographs of the same subject at different exposures to either obtain a properly exposed photo, or to combine later for high dynamic range photography. Bracketing can also be used for multiple captures at different aperture or shutter speed settings.

Automatic Bracketing is a feature in DSLR cameras that automatically captures multiple photos of the same subject at different exposure settings. Automatic bracketing can often be adjusted for a number of captures and exposure values between each frame.

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