HDR (High Dynamic Range) + Sunsets = Wicked!
HDR or High dynamic range imaging is a process whereby a photographer will take multiple exposures of the same image. They will expose that scene from the darkest to the lightest areas (anywhere from 1-7 exposures generally) and then combine all of those exposures into 1 HDR image. The results can be quite spectacular.
Have a look at the 7 HDR’s below I created from fairly ordinary sunsets. For comparision, at the very end of the post there is a contact sheet of 1 single image from each of the 7 HDR images.
I think you’ll agree that without HDR in most cases for the photos I took, these would be rather boring sunsets.
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