HDR Photography Shows Us All a Whole New World

As reported by Tabi at thewondrous.com, Trey Ratcliff is a talented photographer from Austin, USA. Trey has done specialization in new trend called High Dynamic Range photography. HDR enables the photographer to create a color and light palette that goes beyond the normal aperture and shutter speed of the basic shot. HDR normally involves multiple exposures of a scene at different stops (i.e. +4, +2, 0, -2, -4). These images are then processed and tone mapped for contrast and luminosity settings in sort of a techno-custom-software-darkroom until a light balance is achieved. HDR can also be used with single exposures in RAW format with a similar tone mapping process. Just take a look below at some of Trey Ratcliff’s superb HDR photographs, we are sure that you will enjoy our collection.

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