How to Take Night HDR Photos

How to Take Night HDR Photos



Emily Fulford



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Emily Fulford

How to Take Night HDR Photos

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High Dynamic Range or HDR Exposure Merge lets you combine two or more photos of the same scene that were taken with different exposure settings. For high-contrast scenes, such as sunsets or other backlit situations, it means that you can pull the perfect exposure for the foreground, mid-ground, and background into one image. Taking photos for HDR processing takes a little planning but the results are worth it.

In this tutorial you will learn how to create an awesome nighttime HDR photo!

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