Sometimes not even the best camera settings can guarantee that your photos won’t have an overexposed sky or underexposed land. Fortunately, there’s a simple way to fix this problem: HDR.
For the ideal HDR photo, take three differently exposed shots: one dark, one medium, and one light. That way, each of them will provide correct exposure for a different part of the picture. Then just bring them into Zoner Photo Studio and join them together.
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