Master High Dynamic Range Photography
Wishing you could get the best image from any sunrise and sunset? Do you end up with silhouettes more often than you’d like? Do you understand the concept of HDR but just want to do a better job in post processing? Look no further because I’m going to cover it ALL!
Cameras have come a very long way since the earliest digital images were captured. The Dynamic Range, range of shadows to highlights in a single image, that can be captured has expanded greatly. However, there are still situations in which the camera can not capture all of those highlight and shadow details in a single image and we’re faced with having to sacrifice either of the two. We either blow out the highlights or clip the shadows, resulting in images that don’t represent what we were able to see with our own eyes in the field.