What is HDR?
Abbreviation HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. This can be understood as special technique that allows extending the dynamic range of your photographs (more than any camera is actually able to capture). By dynamic range we mean range between lightest and darkest areas of photography.
How to create HDR?
HDR photography can be achieved by several different ways and methods. Let’s have a look a little bit close to most frequently used HDR techniques:
- Use of specialised automated software like Photomatix
- Use other photo softwares and process the pictures manually (Photoshop for example)
What do I need for producing HDR Images?
Let’s have a little bit deeper look to how you can prepare your images to create HDR results: