11/02/08 110 W, 1 I - + 11 - 11 High-Dynamic Range Imaging

Here's a new imaging technique that I've been playing with, that allows a greater dynamic range of exposures than normal digital photography. The intention of HDR imaging is to more accurately represently the range of light and dark intensity that you see in real scenes. Such as this heavily shadowed building below, in the historical Oteen Veterans Hospital district in Asheville. Read about HDR imaging on Wikipedia. Or see this HDR tutorial, which recommends the program Photomatix. The image below was created using Photomatix Pro, converted from a Canon RAW image. Optimum results are created using multiple exposures of the same image, however. Click to enlarge:

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