Editor’s Choice: HDR

You may already be familiar with HDR—High Dynamic Range. It’s a way to get the maximum out of the whole range of colors in a scene. HDR emphasizes details—light and shadows. It also shifts a photo’s colors. The results are often interesting, and can even make a photo look like a painting. But as with many things, HDR needs to be used with care. Otherwise it can ruin a picture instead of improving it.

  
  
  
  
  

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