Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by fi0, Aug 20, 2008.
can someone explain to me what HDR is???
Only if you tell me why you posted this in the general gallery?
Just kidding (and moved)... there has been hundreds of threads about HDR, the search function at the top is your friend... however i will give you a brief explination.
HDR = High Dynamic Range
To create a HDR image, you would take several exposures of the same scene, some over exposed, some under exposed... then you would combine these either in PS CS or a stand alone programe like Photomatix.
The result is an image which has all the shadows and highlights exposed well and in high detail.
I hate to be an ass, but google it. Simply typing in HDR in google will give you all you want to know about it.
I will give it a start though.. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range.
*edit* since arch moved it... I took back my comment on it being in the wrong section.
sorry long night no sleep woken up early. wasnt as sharp as i usually am
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