Aug 27, 2012

Before and After Monday

The After

The Befores

This is a perfect scenario to use HDR. In the 0 exposure at the top of the set, you can see how much detail is lost in the bright and dark areas compared to the after image. The only editing after creating the HDR was to straighten the image a little.


  1. Many thanks for this very instructive post!

    Happy day****

  2. ... find 10 differences)))

    Have a great week!
    xoxo, Juliana

  3. Great HDR image ... well done!

  4. Very cool! I don't do HDR but I do sometimes bracket so, I'm curious. How many stops under and over are you shooting? Always fun to see the progress of the photos here!!!

    1. I usually do -2,0,+2 since my camera will only do a 3 bracket set. Sometimes I do more depending on the light, but I have to take a set of 3, then adjust my exposure value, and do another set of 3.