20 Beautiful HDR Pictures Will Blow Your Mind

Written by abduzeedo

There are some photography techniques that really give me the goose bumps, but the good ones. HDR is one of those techniques… and you’ll probably love these as much as I do.

“In computer graphics and photography, high dynamic range imaging (HDRI) is a set of techniques that allows a greater dynamic range of exposures (the range of values between light and dark areas) than normal digital imaging techniques. The intention of HDRI is to accurately represent the wide range of intensity levels found in real scenes ranging from direct sunlight to shadows.” – From Wikipedia.

What I’ve read on some foruns is that a program called Photomatix does the job… Does anybody have already used it? I’m looking forward to it. Well… either way, if I don’t get to use it, I’ll probably find out how to simulate that effect on Photoshop. All this pictures are from a Flickr HDR Group.

5 thoughts on “20 Beautiful HDR Pictures Will Blow Your Mind

  1. cole

    Well, these are interesting works of digital art. Very pretty but.. there’s something that unaltered photos still has over them

  2. Internet Business Blogger

    These are very amazing. I am not sure if they are that altered looking but instead seem to bring across an intensity that the human eye can see compared to what regular photography gives us

  3. Adam Prall

    We do a lot of HDR photography here in our studio for the purpose of creating realistic lighting for 3D objects. It’s nice to see it used artistically, and I do see this a lot on Flickr. The only problem for me is that, despite the beauty of some of the photos, that some photographers tweak the dynamic range of the different lighting areas so that it begins to look completely phony. I do like some of the photos, and it’s nice to see the details captured in them, but it would be nice to see people “work” the photos a bit less! Yes, the human eye is capable of seeing all this detail; however, it does not see all this detail at once!

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