The HDR Difference

What Is High Dynamic Range Photography?

High Dynamic Range photography is a process which utilizes multiple photos of the same subject taken with different exposure settings. The final picture takes the best qualities from each individual photo and combines them giving you a final product infinitely more enhanced than any one of the images could be.

What does that mean for my real estate pictures?

In this single exposure photograph, the detail in the darker areas of the room are barley visible and the view outside the window is completely washed out.



In the High Dynamic Range photograph the room comes alive with truer colors, detail in the shadows and a clear view of what’s outside the window.