High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography involves a unique process of shooting  three to nine images of the same subject - from well underexposed to well overexposed.  Via software, the multiple exposures are compared and combined into a 32bit image where the optimum exposure is for each area of the image is included in the final image.  Finally, tone mapping and detail enhancement processes are run on the image  to deliver the final interesting 16bit result which may be further tweaked in Photoshop.  Here are a few recent examples:


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I didn't go to kindergarten, so I missed 'show and tell' when I was young. I'm making up for it now! I look for essence of the subject and try to show it in a different way, whether it's Antarctica or a monarch butterfly... - George Lepp

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