High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging is a technique that is used in photography to try and reproduce a greater range of luminosity than would typically be possible in standard imaging. Often when images are captured, they are exposed for a part of the image (e.g. the highlights) which means that it can be harder to see and get detail from the shadows (or vice versa). Whilst figures vary, it is estimated that the human eye has a dynamic range of […]
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