High Dynamic Range

High dynamic range photography is a special photography/processing technique that takes several exposures, lays them on top of one another, and “tonemaps” the composite picture. In other words, as opposed to a camera being able to capture one exposure for the whole scene, HDR allows the photographer to expose all the areas of the photo correctly, sometimes giving it a surreal look, depending on how it is processed.

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