Using HDR Photography to Your Advantage

    Over the years, HDR Photography has become synonymous with over-saturated, over-processed, and unrealistic images. Some hear the term HDR and never give it a second thought because of their perception of what it is. Add to that, all the camera dynamic range improvements and many say that HDR has lost its place for good.

    So how exactly can HDR photography still be beneficial to you? How can you use it to your advantage?

    The oversaturated look that has become synonymous with HDR photography.

    What exactly is HDR Photography?

    HDR or high dynamic range refers to the difference between extremes – the brightest and darkest areas of your image. In reality, your eyes can adjust for shadows and highlights in the same scene, but a camera cannot (again this has come a long way over the years).

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