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Do’s & Don’ts of HDR Photography?

HDR stands for High-dynamic-range imaging or HDRI this is a set of methods used in photography to capture a greater range between light and dark areas of an image than many of the standard digital imaging methods are capable of producing.

Non-HDR cameras take pictures at one exposure level with a limited contrast range which results in loss of detail especially in bright or dark areas of a picture. HDR compensates for the loss of detail by taking multiple pictures at different exposure levels and putting them together to produce a picture that is representative in both dark and bright areas.

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Today many cameras have this capability including cameras from top brands like Nikon, Canon, Panasonic her is a link to a list of cameras that have HDR. If you have an iPhone 4S or 5 the camera is equipped with an HDR setting that can dramatically improve your photos.

Here are a few Do’s & Dont’s when using HDR Photography:

  • Do use HDR for close-ups portraits
  • Do use it in dim lighting, without a flash
  • Do shoot landscapes
  • Don’t use it for moving objects or when you are moving around
  • Don’t Use it in really bright conditions or with vivid colors
  • Don’t use it for quick or successive snapshots

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