HDR photography is an abbreviation for High Dynamic Range between the darkest and the lightest parts of an image. An HDR photo displays maximum details for recreating all the memories and get you back to the moments of shooting. HDR is by far the most popular style amongst professional real estate photographers.
Discover HDR: High Dynamic Range in Photography
Using HDR means we use the power of lighting to create magnificent shots and share them with others. Dynamic range is the amount of light and dark that a camera can capture and display. The more detail the photo contains the more impressive effect it provides.
High dynamic range in photography means a greater amount of light and dark is captured to merge an image similar to what a human can perceive through eyes. Digital cameras have sensors that can capture a lot of detail, but their range is much lower than what we can see with our eyes.
HDR photography allow photographer to show unique and eye-catching images. With so many people shooting photographs today, it’s difficult to stand out in the crowd. HDR can be a lifesaver and create some stunning images when photographing real estate.
In addition, HDR photography requires the photographer to take multiple photos of the same image using different exposure settings. And then combining the images into one final photo in post-production. For example, most real estate photographers will take 3 photos for each final image:
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The key benefits of outsourcing HDR image blending services with Qbends Real Estate photo editing services:
- Flawless image blending for natural look
- Access to highly experienced and skilled image blending team
- Cost effective services with fast turnaround time
- Special attention to shadows and highlights
- Increased productivity and efficiency
- Dedicated resources for photo editing and blending
- Perfectly blended images that convince and compel the prospects