Here is another example of an HDR image. I want to point out the differences between an HDR image and a shot taken with camera exposure.
In this image, there are mid range colors (the dark green ferns in the middle of the picture), shadows (the brown fern at the top of the waterfall to the right and the rock behind the left hand waterfall) and highlights (the yellow leaves to the right). Normally, the mid range colors would be fine, the shadows would be dark almost black and the highlights would be a pale almost white color.
The use of three images merged to one gives incredible detail as well. The moss and coloring on the rocks behind the waterfall would never show up as well with normal exposure. The water would be an almost white sheet flowing down but with this process, you can actually see the water cascading down the rocks.
This is a bit of departure from my normal narratives of photos that I have taken but I thought I would give some examples of this unique process.
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