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Sample HDR photo processed with easyHDR

Courtyard at the Laurentian Library in Florence


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

HDR photograph


HDR photo of courtyard at the Laurentian Library in Florence, Italy.

The goal was to achieve a very realistic result, bringing out the detail from the shadows, while keeping the sky blue. HDR image was generated using the True-HDR method with "normal" selectivity. Default tone mapping settings were changed a bit - gamma, saturation and local contrast's strength were slightly increased. Also the white clipping point was moved further right in order to preserve the detail in the clouds.

© 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
3.15.2   (April 10th 2021)