You love it or you hate it, HDR photography. Even if you hate HDR photography it is good to know that some situations can only be solved by using this technique. Suppose you want to take an interior photo of a church with beautiful windows. There is no way you can get the exposure of the interior AND the windows right. If you only take one photo you will see underexposed and overexposed parts in the photo. Since this is a situation you can’t solve with graduated ND filters you have to apply HDR to get the most details in the photo.
A good thing to know is that the photographer is in control. In the post-processing part you can decide yourself if you really want to go for the HDR look (that many photographers hate) or for a more realistic approach.
Which style do you prefer?
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