I can spell HDR

A friend told me about this new craze in photography. He called it high-dynamic range photography. I told him I was happy just knowing how to turn my camera on. Besides, I never try anything I can’t spell. After I realized it wasn’t too hard to spell, I decided to try it. Thanks to some intuitive software, I got hooked pretty fast. I think these photos are a great example of using HDR to make something of nothing. How is it done? Simple. Take three photos of the same thing – one too dark, one too light, and one just right. Gush them together and voila. A monkey, or even Spencer, could do it.

About spencerlong

I'm a casual observer of things.
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