HDR for the Rest of Us | dpreview

Old Havana, Cuba. This is what most of us associate with HDR imagery; surreal colors and exaggerated saturation. A taste embraced by some and reviled by others.

But even photographers who wish to create more traditionally-photographic types of images can benefit greatly from capturing wide dynamic range scenes. After all, we see the world around us in a very wide dynamic range, so why shouldn’t we take advantage to photograph it that way as well? And at its core, that’s really what HDR photography is about.

For more on this story, visit: HDR for the Rest of Us: Digital Photography Review.

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