It's highly unlikely, but there might still be some of you out there who don't know what HDR means yet. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range Photography and it involves a set of editing techniques designed to produce a wider dynamic range of luminosity than is achievable with a standard exposure.
Most of the times, HDR photographs are achieved by taking multiple shots of the same scene, with different exposure values, and then merging them to produce the final image.
The tricky part about HDR photography is that it's hard to master the balance between colors and exposure because it can easily end up looking kitschy. However with a little bit of practice, your HDR photography can turn into a visual delight.
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