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  • Writer's pictureJohn Patota

Got HDR?

High Dynamic Range (HDR) is a technique photographers use to bring out more detail in an image.

For this photo I took at the Fair Bar in Pinehurst, N.C., I took 3 images at different exposers and combined them in LightRoom. To get an HDR image, shoot one that is underexposed, one at the proper exposed, and finally one that is over exposed.

The three photos below are the ones I used to create the HDR image.

Under exposed - 1/250 sec, f/18, ISO 64
Proper Exposure taken on the Sun - 1/100 sec, f/18, ISO 64
Over Exposure - 1/25 sec, f/18, ISO 64

To learned more about taking HDR photos, visit HDR Explained.

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