How to set up the Nikon 610 to the bracketing mode
The video link show on how to set up the Nikon D610 to bracketing mode and more settings I use. Since the Nikon D750 is almost the same, this will work too.
Those settings I pretty often use when I travel and shoot landscapes look at my flickr account about the result of my pictures.
The RAW file setting is permanent a permanent setting; I personally never change the image format to JPG because of the various options there are in post processing using the RAW file format.
A-Mode on the camera
The Aperture Priority Mode setting on my camera is used 70 percent of all the time, it just gives me more control over my camera.
Those settings are used to later on create an HDR image. HDR is an acronym and stands for High Dynamic Range. Software is needed to combine the images.
General add on
What I am saying in the movie is not really true! The settings shown in the movie are 3 pictures at one exposure level different. It is not true that the F-Stops is one as told in the movie because the camera is set up in A-Mode!