HDR

02/12/2011

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HDR stands for High Dynamic Range imaging and being a chef I can only compare it to Molecular cooking . For the most past you need to capture the same photo on three different exposures , one being correct ,one being under and the other being over exposed and the rest is simple ,bring them together on an HDR program such as Photomatix, and voila , all the tones are there ,the highs the lows and everything else , no more over exposed or under exposed photos , just a little work on your PC..........its a learning process at this point .
Here are some samples
Oh and by the way check this out
https://plus.google.com/u/0/111617495999815489264/posts
 


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