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LANDSCAPE and BRACKETING

When bracketing either 3shots-5shots etc then finally making your composite image in post, what do you do withe bracketed photos now you have the composite image? I noticed that the bracketed shots are normally 60mega
And the composite image up to about approx 150mega (Aurora hdr), this seems an inordinate amount of data to keep. I am therefore considering keeping only the O ev bracketed and the composite only. What do you all do with your bracketed shots.
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Re: LANDSCAPE and BRACKETING

Disk space is cheap and getting cheaper...

I keep all the shots I take that are anything like reasonable as its sometimes useful to go back and re process or just look at what you did and learn from them by looking again

Mind you I don't use that software and therefore my files are a lot smaller

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