High Dynamic Range (HDR)

I’m not really a fan of HDR images. HDR means high-dynamic range and is basically multiple images of different exposures blended together. It’s probably because the amount of HDR images that I end up seeing are so over-processed that they look like a cartoon. I have seen a couple images that I couldn’t tell they were HDR and that should be the whole point. I haven’t done much HDR processing before, so I’m still trying to get the hang of it. The photos below each contain 3 images blended together. I still think they look a bit over-processed, but… hey… it’s a learning curve.

Dusk (1/800s, f/8, ISO800)

Dusk (1/800s, f/8, ISO800)

Under the Bridge (1/640s, f/9, ISO1000)

Under the Bridge (1/640s, f/9, ISO1000)

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