High Dynamic Range (HDR) is a digital photography technique whereby different exposures of the same scene are layered and merged, creating a more realistic picture or a noticeable effect using photo-editing software. The combined exposures produce photographs with gorgeous, impossible detail and clarity. In other words, digital hdr photography allows someone to take pictures of high-contrast scenes, preserve all that great shadow, and highlight points of interest.
What is HDR? An acronym for "high dynamic range", which basically means you're getting a good exposure across the entire picture. It means you can still see all the detail of the highlights (that would have been overexposed), and all the detail of the darks (that would have been underexposed). Overlapping Exposures A picture like this requires several