Wednesday, September 3, 2014


HDR Photography: High Definition Realty

HDR or High Dynamic Range is a term used in modern photography to describe images that have been manipulated to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity than possible using standard digital imaging techniques. When shooting properties, often times we are challenged by uneven lighting and differences in exposures that cause parts of the image to appear either too bright or too dark.

For example, if we were to take a photo of a kitchen with windows from the interior on a sunny day the interior may have a balanced exposure level. However, the landscape outside of the window may be over exposed and too bright. Having HDR capabilities allows us to take multiple shots of the same image at varying exposure levels and exploit the best parts of each shot. We then merge each shot into one final, balanced, HDR image.

HDR is important when shooting real estate because it allows the viewer to get a more accurate idea of how the property looks and makes the image more inviting and eye-catching. It gives a nice even look to the image and makes an otherwise standard photo look professional and print ready.  At Dream Shore Studios we use High Dynamic Range to create a High Definition Reality for your potential buyers.

Jamar Williams
CEO & Operations Manager
Dream Shore Studios
Your Vision. Our Lens.

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