Posts Tagged ‘High Dynamic Range’

HDR (High Dynamic Range) Part 2

Before we go any further, let me clarify that most of the time I shoot from a tripod, BUT there are times I use AutoBracketing and Continuous High Frame rate on my Nikon D3s. Having a Frame rate of 9 frames/sec helps and I am usually using a wide angle lens (16mm Fisheye or 17-35mm). […]


HDR (High Dynamic Range) Step One

With the advent of photography going to digital capture, we can now combine different exposures of the same image to more closely represent the range of tonality (dynamic range) that our eyes can actually see. Even though the tonality range of capture has increased with digital ( ~ 5 stops for slide film to ~6-8 […]