Monday, January 10, 2011

High Dynamic Range Imaging

Also know as HDR, is achieved when multiple photos of the same thing are shot at different exposures and then in post processing, they are merged together into one photo. HDR basically creates a photo of the perfect exposure as seen below. This form of photography is very controversial because it is viewed as an inaccurate depiction of the real life image. While others view it as trying to get the best image possible. I do not like to use HDR and all of the photos on this blog except for the one below do not use HDR. However, the results can be amazing. (Click photo to enlarge)