High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photo Gallery


High Dynamic Range (HDR) image is commonly made by taking three, five, or seven photos of the same scene, each at different shutter speeds providing a series of photos that are bright, medium, and dark based on the shutter speed of the lens. A software process then combines all the photos to bring details to both the shadows and highlights. This helps to achieve the same task in the final photograph that the human eye can accomplish on the scene.

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