Hi! Here are the top HDR questions we get....enjoy!
How do HDR photos work?
When you use HDR, the camera captures several different exposures at different levels of brightness. The camera then blends the best parts of these exposures to create a single well-lit image. This, in turn, increases the dynamic range of the photograph.
what is HDR in real estate photography?
High-Dynamic Range (HDR) photography is a technique used to reproduce a greater dynamic range of light than what is possible with a standard photographic picture. It involves taking multiple photos of the same scene at different exposures and then blending them all together to produce one photo.
When should you not use HDR?
It's not usually not good to use HDR when there are people in the scene. As a matter of fact, movement in general (even minor ones), will move from one frame to the next making it extremely hard to do bracketed shots and later merge them.
Is HDR good for real estate photography?
HDR methods and bracketing are most often used to balance light contrast in interior spaces with exterior views through windows. It is a technique that works great in real estate and interior photography. Shooting in HDR emphasizes every detail of a scene.
Is HDR better than 4K?
HDR delivers a higher contrast (more color and brightness range) which makes it more visually impactful than 4K. However, 4K delivers a sharper and better defined image.