Corel AfterShot HDR
In photography, HDR refers to “high dynamic range”. Dynamic range is the range of luminance that can be captured in a photo, from the darkest shadows to the brightest highlights. HDR processing lets you combine two or more RAW photos of the same scene that have been taken with different exposure settings. Best results are achieved when the photos are taken with a tripod or very steady hand. An auto-bracketing feature on your camera makes it easy to capture sets of photos at different exposures. For high contrast scenes, such as sunsets or a photo of a room interior with a large bright window, HDR processing merges photos and creates a more even exposure that lets you resolve details in the darkest areas without losing definition in the bright areas.
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