by Ronald Bien . April 11th, 2011
Photographs do not capture the magnificent view of real life. Until the birth of HDR photography.
HDR or High Dynamic Range Photography makes it possible to capture the ranges of luminance from different intensity levels. What ordinary cameras are unable to do is show the contrasts and specific aspects of a photograph from both highlights and shadows. HDR allows a photographer to achieve just that. Actually, it is a post-processing activity where you ‘combine’ and adjust a series of images into one, allowing you to get the details that a single shot could not provide. In the process, you need to take shots with different apperture and shutter speed. For more information, you can check Trey Ratcliff’s awesome blog here.
We have collected images from some very talented photographers and you can check their works by clicking through their respective links. Enjoy the list!
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