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What is Auto HDR?

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What is Auto HDR?

Modern digital cameras can do a lot of things that their predecessors even as recently as 10 years ago could not do, but they’re still not perfect. And one of the challenges that digital photography manufacturers have always faced is producing cameras that are capable of capturing a full range of tones in a high dynamic range situation. Even today, the best DSLRs on the market still can’t achieve this in every situation. But there’s good news—many newer model cameras have an automatic mode designed to combat this problem. It’s called “Auto HDR,” but just what does it do and more importantly, should you use it? Keep reading to find out.
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What is High Dynamic Range (HDR)?

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What is High Dynamic Range (HDR)?

If you spend enough time on sites like Flickr, you’ve probably noticed a lot of High Dynamic Range (HDR) photos. But, if they leave your mind buzzing about what HDR really is, then let me shed some light on the subject.
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HDR Photography Part 2 – Stitching Your RAW Images Together

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HDR Photography Part 2 – Stitching Your RAW Images Together

In part 1 of this series – Capturing HDR Images, I showed you how to go out and get the five separate images that you will use for your HDR photo. Now I will show you how to put them together in Photoshop. In practice, this is a lot easier than you would think. That’s why I’m also going to show you how to convert a single RAW file into an HDR image so you can create HDR action shots.
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A Guide To HDR Photography – Capturing HDR Sequences

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A Guide To HDR Photography – Capturing HDR Sequences

Do you want to make your pictures more vibrant? As photographers, we are always looking for colorful times of day, colorful subjects, and colorful lighting. This isn’t easy. It usually means spending hours and hours just walking around scouting out locations. It means taking the time to learn manual camera settings to get the exposure just right.
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