Bracketing is a feature found on many DSLR cameras. It is just an exposure compensation feature.  You set the level of exposure compensation you want, then start taking pictures. The first image will be taken with the normal digital photography settings, the second will adjust exposure compensation down by the amount you set, the third will adjust the exposure compensation up from normal.

This feature is useful if you are taking pictures in various light settings and don't have time to adjust the settings and retake pictures or if you want a quick comparison to check whether you need to adjust the digital camera's settings.

When using the auto bracketing feature you should either be in Aperture priority or Shutter priority mode. In Aperture priority bracketing will show you exposures with different depths of field. In Shutter priority you'll see exposures possibly showing movement at different speeds.

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