High Dynamic Range Photography

 Golden Memories Photography is now pleased to add High Dynamic Range Photography (HDR) to it's vast list of services.

 Give us a call for a free consultation to discuss if your photographic needs could benefit from HDR and the exciting results this unique technique can create!

(Photos can be taken and processed with the HDR technique for an additional charge of only ($10.00!)

 

What is HDR?

 HDR is a photographic technique to provide higher dynamic range from the imaging process. Non-HDR cameras take pictures at one exposure level with a limited contrast range. This results in the loss of detail in bright or dark areas of a picture, depending on whether the camera had a low or high exposure setting. HDR compensates for this loss of detail by taking multiple pictures at different exposure levels and intelligently stitching them together to produce a picture that is representative in both dark and bright areas.  It preserves the details in bright areas of the photograph while bringing out the detail in shaded areas - giving a truer representation of what your eye sees. The results are incredible detail and vivid colors in a variety of styles - from true to life photographic representation to a vast range of creative styles including black and white. 

 

Uses

 This technique is great for capturing great detail in building architecture, vehicles and other non-moving scenes.  HDR is great for creating Museum / Heritage Center style photographs.

 Standard Photograph of train station at Point of Rocks, Maryland

 HDR Photograph of the train station at Point of Rocks, Maryland

HDR is also great for incredible detail and vibrant colors.  The following pictures were taken at Amberson Valley in early fall.

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A totally plain, dull, drab, boring photo can become a beautiful and exciting image bursting with color and detail!!   

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