Shooting multiple image panoramas is fairly simple, but there are several techniques that will help you achieve the best results.
When you take photos of your subjects in front of a Christmas tree with your camera set to the “Auto” mode, the ambient light, and in particular the Christmas tree lights, never really get a chance to register on the camera’s sensor.
When shooting macro images to bring out those hidden details in small objects, your resulting image often has a very shallow DOF...
The human eye does a great job of compensating for the dark and light areas in a high contrast scene. When these light or dark areas reach the extremes, we need to reach for a flashlight or dark glasses, but for the average high contrast scene, our eyes do a great job of automatically compensating.