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Sample HDR photo processed with easyHDR

Old cottage in Kluki open-air museum, Poland


Underexposed (-2 EV) Camera auto setting (0 EV) Overexposed (+2 EV) Result

High Dynamic Range processing example


Old cottage house in Kluki open-air museum, Poland. Wide field HDR photo, taken against the Sun.

Three photos taken without a tripod, using auto bracketing (AEB). They were loaded into easyHDR and auto aligned to correct for a tiny misalignment. Then, they were combined into a HDR image that was finally tone mapped. Settings similar to the "vivid-colors" preset were used. No further post-processing was applied.

It is a perfect example when HDR processing is really useful. The fish eye lens gives so wide view that there easily fit areas that are illuminated extremely differently - ranging from the deep shadows, up to the very bright clouds. With HDR processing, taking a photo straight against the Sun is also not a big deal. Of course it is the photographers decistion which part of the histogram to clip and therefore achieve the wanted, more realistic, or more dramatic result.

© BartÅ‚omiej Okonek


EasyHDR is HDR photo editing software that produces High Dynamic Range (HDR) images out of normal, JPEG/JPEG2000, TIFF or RAW photos taken with a typical digital camera. The program merges a sequence of photos taken at different exposure settings and applies tone mapping in order to create the result. It is also possible to enhance single photos.

Finally you can get rid of underexposed, overexposed and noisy areas in your photographs. You can also discover new possibilities - by taking pictures in places where are very difficult lighting conditions.



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Current easyHDR version
3.13   (April 13th 2019)