My Cuban “daughter” Sussy asked me if I could help her. She needed photos of a new casa particular that she was working for. Sussy was taking care of on-line reservations for the owner and they had no photos after the restoration. The owner was paying, so of course I said yes, but Sussy was to keep the money.
Shortly there after I realized that I had just accepted a JOB and I had no computer and no software to work with.
These would be difficult exposures with a lot of light coming through windows and doors. What would I do?
After a lot of thought, I remembered that my Canon 6D had an automatic HDR mode. I could make three exposures of each subject and the camera would combine all three for a better image.
The problem was that I had never used this feature and I did not realize (for quite a while) that it only worked while shooting JPEG images. Once I had the camera set up, it was quick work to make some quality shots.
I got the owner to pose for a few portraits too. This helped Sussy with the sale.