Get set to shoot HDR
The easiest way to shoot a set of exposures for HDR is to use your camera’s auto bracketing function. Not all Nikons offer this feature, in which case you’ll have to do it manually, using the camera’s exposure compensation control to adjust the brightness of each frame in the sequence. For those that do offer auto bracketing, you can set the number of frames and exposure steps through the Information Display or by pressing the BKT button and rotating the rear command dial. You can tweak the bracketing options in the Bracketing/Flash custom settings menu.