Highlighting the Details
HDR is a very suitable option when it comes to large scenes. However, it does not mean you cannot use it for smaller subjects that include a lot of detail. In fact, that’s when you realize the real potential of HDR photography. It is unfortunate how we sometimes fail to see how much more dynamic range can be captured by HDR, and the fact that it can accentuate those details and textures so beautifully. You will be mesmerized to see its results on gravel, animal fur, rust, stone, brick, and even wood.
HDR works wonders in bringing out the small and subtle nuances with a sledgehammer. The results are telling, compelling, intriguing, and highly fascinating. HDR makes use of information exposure collected from various photos to highlight the local contrasting to highlight the actual details. This isn’t a part of editing since the details are not fake. One must not consider it a visual trick. Those details are actually present but usually get lost in digital photography.
– Detail–Pictures that are poorly exposed lack in dynamic range and do not highlight the true details that can be seen with the naked eye.
– More Detail–The haze in the regular picture is often removed by HDR since it captures more brightness. This further brings out fascinating and intricate details. The enhancement of contrast accentuates the differences in texture.
And More Detail –When HDR is in action, the colors shine! HDR photography allows a bigger tonal variation. This helps bring out the true colors and makes the images even more visible.