High Dynamic Range (HDR)

HDR ended up being cooler than I thought it would be.  The method to the madness of HDR is that you set your camera to take three shots of the same image, each in a different resolution.  So you end up with a high exposure, balanced exposure, and low exposure shot of the same subject.  Then we used Photomatix Pro, a specialized editing software, to blend all three images in different combinations until we find one that showcases the image the best.  We also edited a single image in Photomatix to see what results that would bring as well.

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GrantStoker-HDRsingle

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