Add Color and Dynamism to Your Photos with HDR

Add Color and Dynamism to Your Photos with HDR
You’ve surely been there before—you see a landscape that you want to photograph, but either the sky is too bright, or the ground is too dark. Or both at once. Fortunately you can easily solve this problem using the technique called HDR (High Dynamic Range), where you join several shots that are identical except for their exposure. Take a look at how to create an HDR photo.

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AuthorMatej Liska

I most love taking pictures of people. Weddings, portraits, graduation photos, balls... I am always in search of backlight, but I enjoy various types of lighting and mostly like to use shorter lenses. I love my Nikon, my guitar, and a kebab. You’ll find my photography on my website or on Facebook.

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