Many people look at an overcooked, poorly done HDR image and immediately disregard the process as being totally unusable. This is far from being true. The amount of HDR is controlled by the human creator of the image and these images are totally the fault of the editing, NOT the HDR Process. HDR uses multiple ways…

We are back today with the 2nd installment in our three part series. This section will detail from field to computer as well as storage. If you have not read part one READ PART 1 HERE please do so before reading this article. So far people have been very appreciative of the information and I…

This is part 1 of 3 articles on shooting and processing HDR shooting methods. Many people do not understand HDR and only think of the overworked images that many people create. That is not what HDR was created for and not the way it should be used. HDR is simply a way to maximize your…

High dynamic range (HDR) photography captivates viewers through its amazing color presentation in landscape photography. This is accomplished through its advanced tone mapping and its dazzling exhibit of shading. Rich and lovely pictures simply explode utilizing HDR strategies and render obsolete the age-old issue of "The camera not having the capacity to record what the…

High Dynamic Range (HDR) is a digital photography technique whereby different exposures of the same scene are layered and merged, creating a more realistic picture or a noticeable effect using photo-editing software. The combined exposures produce photographs with gorgeous, impossible detail and clarity. In other words, digital hdr photography allows someone to take pictures of…