Easy-to-Follow Tips on Extending the Dynamic Range of Your Pictures

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First of all, in a strictly visual context, dynamic range is the ratio in between the least and the greatest levels of light that a specific sensor has the ability to measure. Second of all, your eyes have a dynamic range as well, but that range is pretty humongous, believe it or not. You’re able to sense a large range of tones, but not the entire range. Your camera has a dynamic range as well though less expansive than that of your eyes.

By now, you’ve probably clued in to the fact that all visual – and audio-sensing devices – both natural and manmade – have a dynamic range.

Now that that’s out of the way, here’s how you can capitalize on your newfound knowledge of dynamic range to make the most of it in your photos.

Take Pictures in HDR

Take Pictures in HDR

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