HDRbase

Photographers have struggled with limited dynamic range for as long as there have been photographers. Expose for the highlights in most scenes, and you will end up with crushed shadows where no details can be extracted from the inky blackness. Conversely, if you expose for the shadows, the highlights will blow out, leaving nothing but […]

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Waterfall_HDR

On a recent trip to Costa Rica, I set out to capture a great waterfall image.  The problem is that no one exposure would do the job.  I could capture the sky, and the trees were muddy.  If I captured the trees, the sky blew out. The Solution Solving this problem was pretty easy.  It […]

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maps

When working with HDR software tools, there are many options. It’s easy to get overwhelmed with sliders and presets. There’s a critical choice that needs to be made first. How do you want to merge the multiple exposures together? There are generally three options to choose from. Let’s explore the benefits of each. Fuse Exposures […]

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